Should freakshakes be banned?

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A high-calorie, mega milkshake known as a “freakshake” is proving popular in the UK.

The milky creations first invented in Australia, combine ice cream, chocolate bars and entire slices of cake. Sounds tasty, but they include sugar, lots of sugar.

Currently, in the UK there is a debate about whether to ban these drinks.

For example, the Toby Carvery Unicorn Freakshake came top of an Action on Sugar survey. Their shake contains 39 sugar cubes, that’s 1,280 calories.

It’s over six times the amount of sugar recommended for seven to 10-year-olds.

29 Responses

  1. Aww I think they should not banned it because lot people still like it and you don’t have to eat a lot like maybe one milk shake shared by whole family so you still get to eat it and you still don’t eat a lot .

  2. We don’t think it should be banned because it looks absolutely delicious but, 39 sugar cubes! THAT’S a lot of sugar! Cel .A & Dani .G

  3. You will have to ban it because I fear animals will get hold of it please agree I’m so sorry for thoughts that eat it but I agree to ban

  4. You should get rid of it!!
    sugar surveys are bad!!!!!
    It looks way too sweet!!!
    All your teeth would fall off!
    And too sweet things make me want to vomit!!!

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