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Study: Obsiety Link Found in Prolonged Bottle Feeding

A recent study suggested that babies who are still drinking from a bottle at 2 years of age may be prone to obesity by the time they turn 5-years-old.

05/05/2011 // WPB, FL, USA // Personal Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

I think its absolutely ridiculous that these studies keep coming out claiming one thing or another leads to obesity. Bottle feeding may provide more calories, but it doesn’t mean a child will be overweight by age 5. The truth is as long as people are eating processed foods and sugar-packed drinks, kids and adults will continue to gain weight. But I agree on one thing, children need to stop bottle feeding by age one.

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