Misperceptions about added sugar, non‐nutritive sweeteners and juice in popular children’s drinks: Experimental and cross‐sectional study with U.S. parents of young children (1‐5 years)

Experts recommend against serving sugary drinks and non‐nutritive sweeteners to young children, but misperceptions about drink ingredients may contribute to consumption.

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