Despite repeated government warnings about junk food and rising obesity rates, some parents' ideas on diet could be putting their children's health at risk. Junk Food Mums avoids the judgemental tone that can surround the topic of eating habits and body shape, focusing on three different families and following the everyday issues they face with diets and attitudes to obesity.
Most parents want to do the best for their children, and some see nothing wrong in keeping them happy by giving them the junk food they love. But are they setting them up for major health problems in the future?
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