Experts have said that toddlers are drinking too much milk, risking obesity.
Apparently – in yet another example of the hysterical use of statistics by ‘experts’ – 99 per cent of kids under two are consuming excess protein.
The lead author of these findings, Hayley Syrad from University College London, maintains that “dietary preferences and habits are established during the first two years of life” and that what we eat early in our lives can “have an enduring impact on our health.”
Obviously – that’s why doctors (when they’re not on strike) bemoan the prevalence of grown adults overdosing on Farley’s Rusks. Stamp out those toddler habits everyone!