Buyer beware: “Healthy” children’s foods are not as healthy as claimed, according to study

(Natural News) Experts warn parents to be careful when buying food and drinks for their kids. Researchers at the University of Glasgow in the U.K. found that many children’s food and drinks like fruit-based snacks, juices, yogurts, cereals and ready-to-eat meals marketed as “healthy” in the U.K. are not actually as healthy as claimed. The researchers…