Children think energy drinks are needed to survive

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Children think energy drinks are needed to survive
8th October 2014

One in six children believe you need energy drinks and sports drinks to survive. 

New research shows that 44 per cent of children have poor knowledge about diet and nutrition with around one in 10 believing you can survive without water.

The natural hydration council and Children’s Food Trust are trying to combat these myths. Kinvara Carey, the General Manager for the Natural Hydration Council explains more.

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