NEW YORK TIMES // MARCH 2020
Myths about hyperactivity and sugar in children persist, despite evidence that debunks the connection.
As I’ve been traveling around for the past month, talking about The Eating Instinct with different audiences, one question keeps coming up: But what about sugar?
I’m encouraged by how many people get that dieting doesn’t work. They get …
There’s a story making the rounds right now about a mom in Australia who packed a slice of chocolate cake in her three-year-old’s lunch — and received a firm note back from the teacher: “Please choose healthier options for Kindy.” …
This week, I’m thinking a lot about sugar. It’s almost Halloween, which means all of the (mostly) moms in the online parenting groups I follow have been despairing about how to manage the coming candy deluge. There’s a lot of …
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