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Stockton has a new ordinance that will bring healthy drinks to the forefront of the kids' menu.  A big change is coming to kids' menus in Stockton following a push to combat childhood obesity. The city's new ordinance will require restaurants to make water or low-fat milk the default beverage - leaving it up to the parents to decide if their child can have a soda or other sweet beverage. Mae is in the studio discussing the advantages and disadvantages of taking sugary drinks off the menu with local nutritionist and dietitian Leslie Beggs from Natural Balance Nutrition. Leslie believes it is important not to group food in "good" or "bad"categories to avoid negative relationships with food.