7 HYDRATION DRINKS FOR KIDS, BETTER AND WORSE
The best option is just plain old water.With no additional calories, fat, or sugar, it hydrates and quenches thirst.
Milk is a crucial component of every diet, according to Ms. Seither. Calcium, vitamin D, and protein are all found in milk.
Fruit punch, powdered mixes, lemonade, and pouch drinks are all just sugar water, according to Ms. Seither.
Whatever you want to call them—soft drinks, soda, pop—these sugary drinks have no nutritional value.
These beverages provide the "ultimate hydration," according to Ms. Seither. The nearly eight teaspoons of sugar that each 20-ounce bottle provides, however, are not necessary for the average child.
Fruit juice in its entirety
For a healthy weight, experts concur that keeping your child's daily fruit juice intake to four to six ounces is crucial.
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