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The Summer Slip: Keeping Kids’ Healthy Habits on Track While They’re on Break

The YMCA partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics Institute for Healthy Childhood Weight to take a look at the health habits of kids during the summer months. What they found will surprise parents that spent their childhood summers playing outside, scarfing down fresh fruit and drinking water out of the hose.

Today kids are more likely to sit inside in front of screens and indulge in sugary drinks than getting exercise and enjoying Mother Nature’s candy. This is inline with the findings of a CDC study review last year that found a portion of kids experienced accelerated weight gain during the summer months.

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My Fit Foods' Fit Tip

The Summer Slip: Keeping Kids’ Healthy Habits on Track While They’re on Break

The YMCA partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics Institute for Healthy Childhood Weight to take a look at the health habits of kids during the summer months. What they found will surprise parents that spent their childhood summers playing outside, scarfing down fresh fruit and drinking water out of the hose.

Today kids are more likely to sit inside in front of screens and indulge in sugary drinks than getting exercise and enjoying Mother Nature’s candy. This is inline with the findings of a CDC study review last year that found a portion of kids experienced accelerated weight gain during the summer months.