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14-03 Peanut allergy therapy shows promise
14-03 Parents’ and Children’s Perceptions of the Ethics of Marketing Energy-Dense Nutrient-Poor Foods on the Internet: Implications for Policy to Restrict Children’s Exposure
14-03 Snack market on the playground: An ethnography of trade patterns of snacks among French children
14-03 Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren: An update (pdf)
14-03 A Food Service Intervention Improves Whole Grain Access at Lunch in Rural Elementary Schools
14-03 The School Food Plan: Putting food at the heart of the school day (pdf)
14-03 Who is responsible for selecting children's fast food meals, and what impact does this have on energy content of the selected meals?
14-03 Calorie reductions and within-meal calorie compensation in children's meal combos (pdf)
14-03 Systematic review of diet quality indices and their associations with health-related outcomes in children and adolescents
14-03 Peer and Friend Influences on Children's Eating (pdf)
14-03 Nutritional quality of the school-day diet in Irish children (5–12 years)
14-03 A systematic review of persuasive marketing techniques to promote food to children on television
14-03 Color me healthy: Food diversity in school community gardens in two rapidly urbanising Australian cities
14-03 The association between organic school food policy and school food environment: results from an observational study in Danish schools
14-03 Implementation of mandatory nutritional guidelines in South Australian primary school canteens
14-03 Japanese children and plate waste: contexts of low self-efficacy
14-03 Salad days : Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra - refers to the time of youth when one was naive and inexperienced, and therefore happy and optimistic - green," as in "unripe" or "not yet mature."
14-01 Diet in the early years of life influences cognitive outcomes at 10 years
14-01 Branding and a child’s brain: an fMRI study of neural responses to logos (pdf)
14-01 Industry self-regulation and TV advertising of foods to Australian children
14-01 Process evaluation results from the HEALTHY nutrition intervention to modify the total school food environment
14-01 Parents' views of supermarket fun foods and the question of responsible marketing
14-01 Children's food meanings and eating contexts: schools and their surroundings
14-01 Economic viability of new launched school lunch programmes
14-01 Whole school food programmes and the kitchen environment
14-01 Family Food 2012 : household shopping and eating habits (pdf)
14-01 Characteristics of food advergames that reach children and the nutrient quality of the foods they advertise
14-01 A process evaluation of student participation in a whole school food programme
14-01 Parental provision and children's consumption of fruit and vegetables did not increase following the Food Dudes programme
14-01 Obesity Among Primary School Children: Associated Social, Dietary and Behavioral Factors inclduing breakfast
13-12 An intervention to promote Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Lebanese School children: Health-E-PALS (pdf)
13-12 Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Offerings to Somali Children living in the US
13-12 My dad’s a ‘barbie’ man and my mum’s the cooking girl: Boys and the social construction of food and nutrition
13-12 Is Lunch Still Gross? A Qualitative Evaluation of a New School Lunch Program
13-12 Eating Behaviors Among Early Adolescent African American Girls and Their Mothers
13-12 Can a school-based intervention increase children’s fruit and vegetable consumption in the home setting?
13-12 Teaching cooking at Ashton Vale Primary (pdf)
13-12 Charlton Manor’s Food Journey (pdf)
13-12 Food for thought (pdf)
13-11 Development and acquisition of flavor and food preferences in children (pdf)
13-11 Extraverted Children Are More Biased by Bowl Sizes than Introverts (pdf)
13-11 The Impact of Food and Nutrient-Based Standards on Primary School Children’s Lunch and Total Dietary Intake (pdf)
13-11 Applying Process Mapping and Analysis as a Quality Improvement Strategy to Increase the Adoption of Fruit, Vegetable, and Water Breaks in Australian Primary Schools
13-11 Health-related messages in food advertisements targeting children
13-11 Soft Drinks Consumption is Associated with Behavior Problems in Five-Year Olds (pdf)
13-11 The Impact of Food and Nutrient-Based Standards on Primary School Children’s Lunch and Total Dietary Intake: A Natural Experimental Evaluation of Government Policy in England (pdf)
13-11 Children eat more after sleeping less
13-11 Broccoli’s extreme makeover in the US… and … Beneforte super broccoli in the UK
13-10 Increasing the proportion of children willing to try new foods and to continue eating them
13-10 Children on free school meals are being failed in Northumberland
13-10 Does consumption of high-fructose corn syrup beverages cause obesity in children? (pdf)
13-10 Can a school-based intervention increase fruit and vegetable consumption for children with Autism? (pdf)
13-10 Food recommendations in domestic education, Belgium 1890–1940
13-10 Use of calorie information at fast food and chain restaurants among US youth aged 9–18 years (pdf)
13-10 Amounts of Artificial Food Colors in Commonly Consumed Beverages and Potential Behavioral Implications for Consumption in Children
13-10 Sociodemographic Characteristics and Beverage Intake of Children Who Drink Tap Water
13-08 Sugar-sweetened beverages and weight gain in 2- to 5-year-old children
13-06 Increasing portion sizes of fruits and vegetables in an elementary school lunch program can increase fruit and vegetable consumption
13-06 A school-based education programme to reduce salt intake in children and their families (School-EduSalt)
13-06 Cheese comes from plants and fish fingers are made of chicken
13-05 Use of calorie information at fast food and chain restaurants among US youth aged 9–18 years, 2010 (pdf)
13-05 Ten-year changes in positive and negative marker food, fruit, vegetables, and salad intake in 9–10 year olds
13-05 Television watching and the emotional impact on social modeling of food intake among children
13-05 “You must finish your dinner”: Meal time dynamics between grandparents, parents and grandchildren in urban China
13-05 Children's Food Trust Research
13-05 Marketing foods to children: a comparison of nutrient content between children's and non-children's products
13-05 Breakfast skipping among Benghazi primary school children
13-05 How do children learn eating practices? Beyond the nutritional information, the importance of social eating
13-05 Improving hydration in children: A sensible guide
13-05 Rewards can be used effectively with repeated exposure to increase liking of vegetables in 4–6-year-old children
13-05 When chefs adopt a school? An evaluation of a cooking intervention in English primary schools
13-05 Fruit and vegetable exposure in children is linked to the selection of a wider variety of healthy foods at school
13-05 The effects of television and Internet food advertising on parents and children.
13-05 Photographic Examination of Student Lunches in Schools Using the Balanced School Day Versus Traditional School Day Schedules
13-02 SHEU food data: fruit, vegetables, 5-a-day
13-02 Family meals can help children reach their 5 A Day: a cross-sectional survey of children's dietary intake from London primary schools
13-02 Frequency of family meals and childhood overweight: a systematic review (pdf)
13-02 Associations between home- and family-related factors and fruit juice and soft drink intake among 10- to 12-year old children.
13-02 When chefs adopt a school? An evaluation of a cooking intervention in English primary schools
13-02 Parental restriction and children’s diets. The chocolate coin and Easter egg experiments
13-02 Effects of a free school breakfast programme on children’s attendance, academic achievement and short-term hunger (pdf)
13-02 Associations between teacher support and students' fruit and vegetable consumption in low-income elementary schools in central Texas
13-02 Parental education and frequency of food consumption in European children
13-02 The Association Between Body Metrics and Breakfast Food Choice in Children
13-02 Effect of different children’s menu labeling designs on family purchases
13-02 Middle School Student and Parent Perceptions of Government-Sponsored Free School Breakfast and Consumption
13-02 Infant nutrition in relation to eating behaviour and fruit and vegetable intake at age 5 years
13-02 Restriction of television food advertising in South Korea: impact on advertising of food companies
13-02 Nutrition beliefs of disadvantaged parents of overweight children
13-02 Psychosocial Influences on Children's Food Consumption
13-02 A pilot evaluation of appetite-awareness training in the treatment of childhood overweight and obesity (pdf)
13-02 Views of children and parents on limiting unhealthy food, drink and alcohol sponsorship of elite and children's sports
13-02 Occasional family meals boost kids’ fruit and veg intake
13-02 Modification of the school cafeteria environment can impact childhood nutrition. Results from the Wise Mind and LA Health studies
13-02 Australian children who drink milk (plain or flavored) have higher milk and micronutrient intakes but similar body mass index to those who do not drink milk
13-02 Contingent choice. Exploring the relationship between sweetened beverages and vegetable consumption
13-02 Eggs versus chewable vitamins: Which intervention can increase nutrition and test scores in rural China?
13-02 Marketing Sugary Cereals to Children in the Digital Age: A Content Analysis of 17 Child-Targeted Websites
13-02 Cutting children’s exposure to unhealthy food advertisements (pdf)
13-02 School children's own views, roles and contribution to choices regarding diet and activity in Spain (pdf)
13-01 Taste preferences in association with dietary habits and weight status in European children
13-01 Cost-free and sustainable incentive increases healthy eating decisions during elementary school lunch
13-01 Do fast foods cause asthma, rhinoconjunctivitis and eczema? Global findings from the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phase Three
13-01 Fast-food 'link' to child asthma and eczema
12-12 Healthy Heroes: Improving young children's lifestyles in Lancashire; an evaluation of a challenge based schools' programme (pdf)
12-12 Compliance with children's television food advertising regulations in Australia (pdf)
12-12 Fruit and vegetable intake of primary school children: a study of school meals
12-12 Consumption of beef/veal/lamb in Australian children: Intake, nutrient contribution and comparison with other meat, poultry and fish categories (pdf)
12-12 What do lunchtime staff think about children's eating habits following a healthy eating intervention? (pdf)
12-12 Food consumption and cardiovascular risk factors in European children
12-12 A School-Based Fruit and Vegetable Snacking Pilot Intervention for Lower Mississippi Delta Children
12-12 A Pilot Study of Effects of Fruit Intake on Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Children
12-12 Pupils not claiming free school meals (pdf)
12-12 Diabetes levels and the availability of high fructose corn syrup
12-12 Increases in support structures for healthy eating especially in low decile schools in New Zealand
12-12 Differences in food consumption according to weight status and physical activity levels among Greek children
12-12 Eating problems in young children – a population-based study
12-10 Breakfast is associated with enhanced cognitive function in schoolchildren. An internet based study
12-10 Clustering of food and activity preferences in primary school children
12-10 Smart Choices for Healthy Families A Pilot Study for the Treatment of Childhood Obesity in Low-Income Families
12-10 School Nutrition Policy: An Evaluation of the Rhode Island Healthier Beverages Policy in Schools
12-10 Increasing children's lunchtime consumption of fruit and vegetables: an evaluation of the Food Dudes programme
12-10 Bostin Value: An Intervention to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in a Deprived Neighborhood of Dudley
12-10 Current status of managing food allergies in schools in Seoul, Korea
12-10 Public Health Nutrition Special Issue – Taking childhood obesity off the menu
12-10 Poor children shun free school meals for stigma-free sandwich
12-10 Marketing foods to children through product packaging: prolific, unhealthy and misleading
12-08 Evaluation of free school meals pilot report (pdf)
12-08 Butterbeer, Cauldron Cakes, and Fizzing Whizzbees: Food in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series (pdf)
12-08 US School Lunches and Lunches Brought from Home (pdf)
12-08 Childhood Obesity Jnl: Special Issue on US School Food
12-08 Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools: A US Public–Private Partnership To Increase Student Fruit and Vegetable Consumption (pdf)
12-08 Artificial Food Colors and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Symptoms: Conclusions to Dye for
12-08 Location of breakfast consumption predicts body mass index change in young Hong Kong children (pdf)
12-08 Continuity in Primary School Children’s Eating Problems and the Influence of Parental Feeding Strategies
12-08 The healthy options for nutrition environments in schools (Healthy ONES) group randomized trial: using implementation models to change nutrition policy and environments in low income schools.
12-08 Reducing Childhood Obesity by Eliminating 100% Fruit Juice
12-08 Perceptions of healthy eating and physical activity in an ethnically diverse sample of young children and their parents: the DEAL prevention of obesity study
12-08 La sprouts: a garden-based nutrition intervention pilot program influences motivation and preferences for fruits and vegetables in Latino youth.
12-06 “What’s in Your Lunch Box Today?”: Health, Respectability, and Ethnicity in the Primary Classroom (pdf)
12-06 Do children eat less at meals when allowed to serve themselves?
12-06 Using Mobile Fruit Vendors to Increase Access to Fresh Fruit and Vegetables for Schoolchildren
12-06 Child consumption of fruit and vegetables: the roles of child cognitions and parental feeding practices
12-06 Children’s understanding of family financial resources and their impact on eating healthily
12-06 Effect of labeling on new vegetable dish acceptance in preadolescent children
12-06 Family mealtimes: A contextual approach to understanding childhood obesity
12-06 Mothers’ perceptions of the negative impact on TV food ads on children’s food choices
12-06 Evaluation of a School-based Multicomponent Nutrition Education Program to Improve Young Children's Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
12-06 Parental socioeconomic status and soft drink consumption of the child.
12-06 Earlier predictors of eating disorder symptoms in 9-year-old children
12-06 How emotions expressed by adults’ faces affect the desire to eat liked and disliked foods in children compared to adults
12-06 French Children Start Their School Day with a Hydration Deficit
12-04 How supermarkets promote junk food to children and their parents
12-04 Fast-food consumption and educational test scores in the USA
12-04 Developing Media Interventions to Reduce Household Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption
12-04 School children's own views, roles and contribution to choices regarding diet and activity in Spain
12-04 Eating at home prevents childhood obesity
12-04 Should we play hide-and-seek with children’s vegetables?
12-04 Mixed progress to improve US food marketing influencing children’s diets
12-04 Avoid strict rules on what children can or cannot eat
12-02 Cooking skills and healthy eating
12-02 Downward trend in 'crisp eaters' and veg. eating up - SHEU data (pdf)
12-02 Food sustainability education as a route to healthier eating: evaluation of a multi-component school programme in English primary schools
12-02 Children's understanding of food and meals in the foodscape at school
12-02 Healthy and tasty school snacks: suggestions from Brazilian children consumers
12-02 Agreement between child and parent reports of 10- to 12-year-old children’s meal pattern and intake of snack foods
12-02 A narrative review of psychological and educational strategies applied to young children's eating behaviours aimed at reducing obesity risk
12-02 Do Health Claims and Prior Awareness Influence Consumers' Preferences for Unhealthy Foods? The Case of Functional Children's Snacks
12-02 Cost-free and sustainable incentive increases healthy eating decisions during elementary school lunch
12-02 Presweetened and Nonpresweetened Ready-to-Eat Cereals at Breakfast Are Associated With Improved Nutrient Intake but Not With Increased Body Weight of Children and Adolescents
12-01 How Fathers Influence Children's Eating Habits
12-01 Do girls or boys eat more fresh fruit?
12-01 The 21st century gingerbread house: How companies are marketing junk food to children online
12-01 Engagement with the National Healthy Schools Programme is associated with higher fruit and vegetable consumption in primary school children
12-01 Single nut or total nut avoidance in nut allergic children: outcome of nut challenges to guide exclusion diets
12-01 A qualitative study of families of a child with a nut allergy (pdf)
12-01 Children’s weight status and maternal and paternal feeding practices
12-01 Fast-food consumption and educational test scores in the USA
11-12 School Meals and Daily Life Issues: The LACA/ParentPay Report (pdf)
11-11 52% of 10-11 year olds girls report eating vegetables ‘on most days’ (pdf)
11-11 Traffic light food labelling in schools and beyond
11-11 When food is neither good nor bad: Children’s evaluations of transformed and combined food products
11-11 Does skipping breakfast help with weight-loss?
11-11 89% of parents are happy with their child's school meals
11-10 Children’s selection of fruit and vegetables in a ‘dream versus healthy’ lunch-box survey
11-08 Children use the same ploys as adults to justify eating junk food... and ... Report
11-08 Children's Intake of Fruit and Selected Energy-Dense Nutrient-Poor Foods Is Associated with Fathers' Intake
11-08 Building grass roots capacity to tackle childhood obesity
11-08 Ready-to-Eat Cereals at Breakfast Are Associated With Improved Nutrient Intake but Not With Increased Body Weight of Children and Adolescents
11-08 Sixth annual survey of take up of school meals in England
11-08 Healthy and tasty school snacks: suggestions from Brazilian children consumers
11-08 Food Plating Preferences of Children: The importance of presentation on desire for diversity
11-07 Childhood eating disorders: British national surveillance study (pdf)
11-07 Healthy school meals, healthy school minds: how ditching Turkey Twizzlers can improve results and behaviour
11-07 Eating sweets, energy levels and being overweight
11-07 Home-made muffins and curries have topped a new poll of favourite healthy recipes to make with children
11-07 A Food Growing in Schools Task Force.will look at schools that are already running successful growing schemes and find out what's preventing other schools following their lead.
11-07 A focus group exploration of primary school children's perceptions and experiences of fruit and vegetables
11-07 Effect of increased fruit and fat content in an acidified milk product on preference, liking and wanting in children
Education, Food
12-09 A Review of the Evidence: School-based Interventions to Address Obesity Prevention in Children 6-12 Years of Age