Fast-food items surpass sodium recommendations for children

08/4/2011 | United Press International

A study in Childhood Obesity found that lunchtime meals served in fast-food restaurants contain more than 50% of recommended sodium intake for children, with some containing 100% of the recommended amount for preschoolers. Families turn to low-cost fast-food items for convenience, which may contribute to childhood obesity, experts said.

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