Breaking news: A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics just confirmed a daily serving of juice actually doesn’t cause obesity in kids.
We know what you’re thinking. There have been conflicting reports on this for years. But according to researchers, as long as the juice your kids are sipping is 100 percent juice and you limit consumption to one serving (aka six to eight ounces) per day, weight gain shouldn’t be a factor.
In fact, kids ages seven to 18 saw a zero percent BMI increase after drinking one serving of juice a day for a full year.
So? Permission to pour your kids a glass of OJ and rest easy. They’ll be fine.