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She's Only 5, But She's Had Thousands Of Sodas. Here's A Peek Into Her Future.

Most of us don't think twice when it comes to having a soft drink every now and then. But what happens when those drinks become part of our everyday diet? And what happens when they become staples of children's diets? Not only does this video highlight the dangers of consuming too many sugary foods and drinks, but it rightly calls out how often low-income families end up spending what little they have on these junk food products because they don't have access to healthier options. The consequences are heartbreaking and pretty terrifying.

Oh! One more thing. While it's important to encourage people to make healthy food-and-drink choices, it's also important to remember that everyone has control over their own bodies and should be respected as such. Healthy options and education should be the goal when talking about diabetes prevention, not policing what anyone else eats or drinks. OK, good talk.

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