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  • Thursday, February 22, 2018

  • Expatriate Health Insurance Owners on Sweets

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Expatriate health insurance owners are realizing that using sweets as a treat for children may not always be good. Sweet types of food can lead children to become obese and be susceptible to several illnesses like diabetes and heart disease.

Certainly, there is nothing wrong with giving children sweets occasionally, but it is not advisable to give it to them all the time. As the saying goes, ‘too much of something is bad enough,’ and it is definitely unhealthy to give children sweets every day.

Most adults and parents consider giving chocolates as a way of “being nice.” That certainly is correct, but it is also not advisable to show niceness by giving sweets all the time.

It would be good for all parents and adults to have this way of thinking, and not just those expatriate health insurance owners. After all, this way of thinking will benefit all people, both parents and children alike.

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