In a new Opinion piece in Forbes, Bill Frist, a heart and lung surgeon and former U.S. Senate Majority Leader, weighs in on the American Heart Association’s new scientific statement on added sugars for children.
He said, “In the winter you wouldn’t send your child outside without some protection from the cold. Think of good nutrition as that coat you put on your child to prevent them from having health issues later on. We all want to set our children up for success. A good diet low in added sugar is a great first step to setting them up for a long-term healthy lifestyle.” Read the full article here.