Sugary Cereals: Many cereals marketed to kids are loaded with sugar and lack adequate fiber and nutrients. Opt for whole-grain cereals with lower sugar content.

Sugary Drinks: Soft drinks, fruit juices with added sugars, and energy drinks can contribute to excessive sugar intake and provide little to no nutritional value.

Candy: Candy is often high in added sugars and provides empty calories. Limit their consumption to special occasions.

Processed Snacks: Snacks like chips, cheese puffs, and other processed snacks are typically high in unhealthy fats, sodium, and artificial additives.

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Fast Food: Fast food items like burgers, fries, and fried chicken tend to be high in unhealthy fats, sodium, and calories.

High-Sugar Snack Bars: Many granola bars and snack bars marketed to kids are high in added sugars and may not provide the balanced nutrition kids need.

Deep-Fried Foods: Foods that are deep-fried, such as fried chicken nuggets and french fries, can be high in unhealthy fats and calories.

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