The British Dental Association is calling for measures to be put in place to educate parents and children on the link between sugar and tooth decay.
– Suggested measures include a sugar tax on soft drinks, lowering the recommended daily allowance and clearer product labelling
– Tooth decay from exposure to sugary food and drink is costing the NHS millions each year
– Your dentist will be happy to discuss ways to cut down your child’s sugar intake
“Tooth decay is now the number one reason for hospital admissions among young children.”
Read the full story here: https://www.bda.org/dentists/policy-campaigns/public-health-science/public-health/sugar?utm_campaign=sugar&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=campaign&utm_term=fizzy-drinks-acid