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Children being poisioned -sugar-sweets

The head of the NHS Simon Stevens, chief executive speaks to the The Mirror.His stark message follows alarming research that looked into the nutrition of 8,800 schoolchildren.Results showed youngsters did not get enough fruit and vegetables, while too many skipped breakfast.Mr Stevens urged parents as well as food producers to help fight the problems.He said: “We have responsibilities. When your children come home after school, it’s water or milk, not fizzy drinks and juice.