Before you tuck into a second day’s worth of chocolate eggs, spare a thought for all the tiny kids who might soon have to go without a visit from the Easter bunny.
Because a psychologist is warning that giving children under four Easter eggs could cause them long-term problems.
Dr Becky Spelman, chief psychologist at Harley Street’s Private THerapy Clinic, wants Easter eggs to be banned for very small children, claiming that they give them the opportunity to binge on chocolate.
And doing so at such a young age can help to foster an unhealthy relationship with food later on.
She says that Easter is the worst time of year for health-conscious parents,… Read the full story