Kids are consuming around eight excess sugar cubes each day.
All that sugar and caffeine could be wreaking havoc, especially for the third of kids who drink them weekly.
Consumer group Which? found some cereals to be loaded with almost 40 grams of sugar.
Public Health England has revealed the nation's kids are on track to consume 3 stone of sugar each by the end of 2018.
The 'Moshi Monster Muffins' contain 33.9g of sugar each - that's more than adults are recommended to consume in a day.
Researchers say cigarette-style graphic warnings would encourage us to cut back on sugar.
Biscuit, chocolate and pudding companies haven't made any progress in slashing sugar.
Children in the UK drink more energy drinks than in any other country in Europe - and parents may be unaware of the health risks
The soft drinks levy has come into effect today.