How to reduce the 50 pounds of added sugar kids eat every year


Children are eating about 50 pounds of added sugar a year, not even including the sugar that naturally occurs in foods. Parents magazine’s Jessica Hartshorn says that equates to 15 tablespoons of sugar a day. TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer suggests ways to reduce your kids’ sugar intake, like adding fruit to their yogurt in the morning. (Run time: 3:12)