Better Nutrition

All in the Family

1 Seriously, it’s the fastest, easiest way for a busy family to improve overall health. If you can’t completely eliminate it, cut way back. Drink less juice: one small glass has about 25 grams of sugar (as much as a soda). Instead, serve chilled hibiscus, apple, or blueberry tea with breakfast. And beware of hidden sugars in products such as peanut butter, nondairy milk, ketchup, and others; look for unsweetened versions. If you do buy packaged snacks, look at the sugar content, and

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