Doctors Are Pleading With Parents To Stop Letting Their Kids Eat Hot Cheetos

So delicious — so dangerous!

There are some snacks that seem to be universally loved. There is something about snacking on something that packs a big crunch along with some salt that is just satisfying. If you’re not careful you could find yourself sitting there eating the entire bag of chips and not realize it. They’re delicious and let’s be honest, eating carrots doesn’t always have the same satisfaction. Some snacks, like Hot Cheetos, takes a little bit of warming up to for some people. Not everyone can handle the spice, but those who can, can’t seem to turn away.

We all know that eating healthy is important for kids. We also don’t want to be those parents that deny them every and any treat. They’re going to eventually grow a little bit and find a way to sneak in some sugar, right?

While some treats are totally harmless, not all snacks are made the same. Doctors are now issuing a warning that when it comes to something like Hot Cheetos, you’re better off always saying no.

And the reason is not something I had never thought about before. And it’s kinda freaking me out a bit actually.

We all know the calories aren’t good, but that’s not why doctors are sharing this warning.

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Devan McGuinness

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