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18-06

The relevance of restrained eating behavior for circadian eating patterns in adolescents

18-06

How Food Rules at Home Influence Independent Adolescent Food Choices

18-05

Is adolescent body mass index and waist circumference associated with the food environments surrounding schools and homes?

18-04

The impact of hot food takeaways near schools in the UK on childhood obesity

18-04

Feasibility and impact study of a reward-based mobile application to improve adolescents’ snacking habits

18-04

'Obesogenic' School Food Environments? An Urban Case Study in The Netherlands

18-04

Adolescent perspectives of the recreational ice hockey food environment and influences on eating behaviour revealed through photovoice

18-04

Persistent social inequality in low intake of vegetables among adolescents, 2002–2014

18-04

Body satisfaction and body weight in under- and healthy-weight adolescents: mediating effects of restrictive dieting, healthy and unhealthy food intake

18-01

Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and artificially sweetened beverages from childhood to adulthood in relation to socioeconomic status – 15 years follow-up in Norway

17-12

A school-based intervention improved dietary intake outcomes and reduced waist circumference in adolescents

17-12

Consumption of minimally processed food is inversely associated with excess weight in adolescents living in an underdeveloped city

17-11

Changing trends in young people’s food behaviour and wellbeing in England in relation to family affluence between 2005 and 2014

17-11

Adherence to a Mediterranean dietary pattern and overweight and obesity among female adolescents in Iran

17-11

Family meals then and now: A qualitative investigation of intergenerational transmission of family meal practices in a racially/ethnically diverse and immigrant population.

17-11

What Should Be Taught in Secondary Schools’ Nutrition and Food Systems Education? Views from Prominent Food-Related Professionals in Australia

17-11

Food safety knowledge, attitude and self-reported practice of secondary school students in Beijing

17-11

Reduction of Portion Size and Eating Rate Is Associated with BMI-SDS Reduction in Overweight and Obese Children and Adolescents

17-11

Low-Calorie Sweeteners: Disturbing the Energy Balance Equation in Adolescents?

17-10

Direct and indirect effects of parent stress on child obesity risk and added sugar intake in a sample of Southern California adolescents

17-10

The longitudinal link between mothers' and adolescents' snacking: The moderating role of television viewing.

17-10

Comparing parents' and overweight adolescents' reports on parent mealtime actions

17-10

Australian children's perceptions of discretionary foods

17-10

Behavioural correlates of energy drink consumption among adolescents: A review of the literature

17-09

Changes in consumption of added sugars from age 13 to 30 years

17-09

Associations between perceived friends' support of healthy eating and meal skipping in adolescence

17-07

Perceptions of Food Advertising and Association With Consumption of Energy-Dense Nutrient-Poor Foods Among Adolescents in the United States

17-07

Self-reported use of nutrition labels to make food choices is associated with healthier dietary behaviours in adolescents

17-07

Adolescent Energy Drink Use Related to Intake of Fried and High-sugar Foods

17-07

Knowledge of and attitudes to sports drinks of adolescents living in South Wales

17-06

Perceptions of healthy eating amongst Indian adolescents in India and Canada

17-06

Is decision-making ability related to food choice and facets of eating behaviour in adolescents?

17-06

Differences in physical activity, eating habits and risk of obesity among Kuwaiti adolescent boys and girls

17-06

Associations between fruit and vegetable variety and low-grade inflammation in Portuguese adolescents from LabMed Physical Activity Study

17-05

Lunch Salad Bars in New Orleans’ Middle and High Schools: Student Intake of Fruit and Vegetables

17-05

School lunches in the Republic of Ireland: a comparison of the nutritional quality of adolescents’ lunches sourced from home or purchased at school or ‘out’ at local food outlets

17-05

Role of fruits and vegetables in adolescent cardiovascular health: a systematic review

17-05

Patterns of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption amongst young people aged 13–15 years during the school day in Scotland

17-05

Changes in diet from age 10 to 14 years and prospective associations with school lunch choice

17-03

The effect of increasing dairy calcium intake of adolescent girls on changes in body fat and weight

17-03

Beverage Consumption Patterns at Age 13 to 17 Years Are Associated with Weight, Height, and Body Mass Index at Age 17 Years

17-03

Susceptibility to Food Advertisements and Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake in Non-Hispanic Black and Non-Hispanic White Adolescents

17-02

Factors associated with high consumption of soft drinks among Australian secondary-school students

17-02

Regular breakfast consumption is associated with higher blood vitamin status in adolescents: the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) Study

17-02

Gender differences in the association of smartphone addiction with food group consumption among Korean adolescents

17-02

Efficacy of school-based interventions aimed at decreasing sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among adolescents

17-01

Home Sweet Home: Parent and Home Environmental Factors in Adolescent Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

17-01

Fruit and vegetables consumption is associated with higher vitamin intake and blood vitamin status among European adolescents

17-01

Daily exposure to either a high- or low-energy-dense snack food reduces its reinforcing value in adolescents

17-01

Dietary intake and prospective changes in cardiometabolic risk factors in children and youth

17-01

Nutrition Quality of US School Snack Foods

16-12

The impact of media and advertising of food on the eating behaviour of adolescent girls in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

16-12

Prospective associations of meat consumption during childhood with measures of body composition during adolescence

16-11

Dietary Intake and Eating Behaviours of Obese New Zealand Children and Adolescents Enrolled in a Community-Based Intervention Programme

16-11

Peas please

16-11

Veg Facts : A briefing by the Food Foundation

16-11

Learning cooking skills at different ages: a cross-sectional study

16-11

The impact of doubling dairy or plant-based foods on consumption of nutrients of concern and proper bone health for adolescent females

16-11

Demographic and lifestyle factors associated with adherence to the Mediterranean diet in relation to overweight/obesity among Israeli adolescents

16-11

A meta-analysis of children’s self-reports of dietary intake

16-10

Parental involvement and association with adolescents’ fruit and vegetable intake at follow-up

16-10

Anaphylaxis to foods in a population of adolescents: incidence, characteristics and associated risks

16-10

Consumption of fruits and vegetables among adolescents: a multi-national comparison of eleven countries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region.

16-10

Vitamin D and Calcium Intakes, Physical Activity, and Calcaneus BMC among School-Going 13-Year Old Malaysian Adolescents

16-10

Relationships between alcohol consumption, smoking status and food habits in Greek adolescents: Vascular implications for the future

16-10

Comparisons of physical activity, adipokines, vitamin D status and dietary vitamin D intake among adolescents

16-10

Nutritional quality of packaged foods targeted at children in Brazil: which ones should be eligible to bear nutrient claims?

16-10

The effect of parental rejection on the emotional eating behaviour of youngsters: A laboratory-based study

16-10

Diet misreporting can be corrected: confirmation of the association between energy intake and fat-free mass in adolescents

16-10

Are milk and alternatives and fruit and vegetable intakes during adolescence associated with cortical and trabecular bone structure, density, and strength in adulthood?

16-10

Associations between free sugars and nutrient intakes among children and adolescents in the UK

16-09

Food swamps and food deserts in Baltimore City, MD, USA: associations with dietary behaviours among urban adolescent girls

16-09

Effects of plain packaging, warning labels, and taxes on young people’s predicted sugar-sweetened beverage preferences

16-09

Effects of Offering Look-Alike Products as Smart Snacks in Schools

16-08

Dietary Intakes and Supplement Use in Pre-Adolescent and Adolescent Canadian Athletes

16-08

Who is teaching the kids to cook? Results from a nationally representative survey of secondary school students in New Zealand.

16-07

The influence of menu labelling on food choices among children and adolescents: a systematic review of the literature

16-07

Sports drinks and teenagers' dental health

16-06

Secondary school pupils’ food choices around schools in a London borough: Fast food and walls of crisps

16-06

Changes in choice evoked brain activations after a weight loss intervention in adolescents

16-06

Elasticity in portion selection is predicted by severity of anorexia and food type in adolescents

16-06

Food neophobia in German adolescents: Determinants and association with dietary habits

16-06

Factors influencing adolescent whole grain intake: A theory-based qualitative study

16-06

Does an early socialization into a food culture condition lifelong food preferences?

16-06

Energy drinks consumption in italian adolescents

16-06

Adolescent Snacking Behaviors Are Associated with Dietary Intake and Weight Status

16-05

The approach to the consumption of fruit and vegtables by children : An evaluation of the food education programme "School Fruit".

16-05

Behaviour-changing ingredients in soft drinks: an experiment developed by school children in partnership with a research scientist

16-05

School meals do not have a given place in Swedish school’s quality management

16-05

Eating Habits and Associated Factors Among Adolescent Students in Jordan

16-04

Lack of parental rule-setting on eating is associated with a wide range of adolescent unhealthy eating behaviour both for boys and girls

16-04

A Comparison of the Vending Environment Among Three Rural Subtypes of Minnesota Secondary Schools

16-04

Child and Youth Cooking Programs: More Than Good Nutrition?

16-02

Food advertising towards children and young people in Norway

16-02

Adolescents' presentation of food in social media

16-02

The association of eating styles with weight change after an intensive combined lifestyle intervention for children and adolescents with severe obesity

16-02

Barriers, Benefits, and Behaviors Related to Breakfast Consumption Among Rural Adolescents

16-02

Simple interventions to improve healthy eating behaviors in the school cafeteria

16-02

Association between a school-based intervention and adiposity outcomes in adolescents: The Italian "EAT" project.

16-01

Examining participation in relation to students’ development of health-related action competence in a school food setting

16-01

Low Frequency of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption Among Canadian Youth

16-01

Increasing vegetable intakes: rationale and systematic review of published interventions

16-01

The association of dairy intake of children and adolescents with different food and nutrient intakes in the Netherlands

16-01

Hungry for an intervention? Adolescents’ ratings of acceptability of eating-related intervention strategies

16-01

Adolescent impulsivity and soft drink consumption: The role of parental regulation

16-01

Adolescents’ presentation of food in social media: an explorative study

15-12

Lunchtime food and drink purchasing: young people’s practices, preferences and power within and beyond the school gate

15-12

The effect of breakfast versus no breakfast on brain activity in adolescents when performing cognitive tasks

15-12

Children’s choices influenced by dominance of junk food marketing

15-12

Formative Evaluation to Increase Availability of Healthy Snacks and Beverages in Stores Near Schools in Two Rural Oregon Counties

15-12

Canned Vegetable and Fruit Consumption Is Associated with Changes in Nutrient Intake and Higher Diet Quality in Children and Adults

15-12

Location of School Lunch Salad Bars and Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Middle Schools

15-11

Perception of adolescents on healthy eating

15-11

Snacking Behavior and Obesity among Female Adolescents in Isfahan, Iran

15-11

Weight concerns and food habits of adolescent girls in two contrasting ecological regions: A comparative study in India.

15-11

Emotional self-efficacy and disordered eating among high school adolescents

15-11

The effects of media, self-esteem, and BMI on youth's unhealthy weight control behaviors

15-11

Social support influences on eating awareness in children and adolescents: the mediating effect of self-regulatory strategies

15-11

Effect of Nutritional Intervention on Food Choices of French Students in Middle School Cafeterias, Using an Interactive Educational Software Program

15-11

Secular Trends in Meal and Snack Patterns among Adolescents from 1999 to 2010

15-11

Social support and dairy products intake among adolescents: a study from Iran

15-10

A qualitative study of the role of food in family relationships: insight into the families of Brazilian obese adolescents using photo elicitation

15-10

Contrasting approaches to ‘doing’ family meals: a qualitative study of how parents frame children’s food preferences

15-09

Food Intimacy : A Parental Perspective of Eating Behaviors in Obese Youth

15-09

In 2011–2012, 65% of all US children and adolescents aged 2–19 did not consume fast food on a given day

15-09

Adolescent Student Use of School-Based Salad Bars

15-08

The Relationship between Parental Behaviors and Children's Sugary Drink Consumption Is Moderated by a Television in the Child's Bedroom

15-08

Dietary pattern and nutritional deficiencies among urban adolescents

15-08

Choice architecture interventions for increased vegetable intake and behaviour change in a school setting

15-08

Food and drink purchasing habits out of school at lunchtime: a national survey of secondary school pupils in Scotland

15-07

How Food as a Reward Is Detrimental to Children's Health, Learning, and Behavior

15-07

Gene variation identified for teen binge eating

15-07

Depressed affect and dietary restraint in adolescent boys' and girls' eating in the absence of hunger

15-07

Predicting gender differences in liking for vegetables and preference for a variety of vegetables among 11-year-old children

15-07

Food for thought: promoting healthy diets among children and young people

15-07

Parental \ household norms: Do they influence adolescent consumption - A study of milk selection and consumption among 11-13 year olds

15-07

The role of television viewing and direct experience in predicting adolescents' beliefs about the health risks of fast-food consumption

15-06

The role of curriculum dose for the promotion of fruit and vegetable intake among adolescents

15-06

Cardiovascular Complications of Energy Drinks

15-06

Body Mass Index and Sociodemographic Predictors of School Lunch Purchase Behavior during a Year-Long Environmental Intervention in Middle School

15-06

Behavioural ‘nudges’ effective in encouraging healthy eating in schools

15-06

Middle School-Aged Child Enjoyment of Food Tastings Predicted Interest in Nutrition Education on Osteoporosis Prevention

15-06

Effects of school meals with weekly fish servings on vitamin D status in Danish children

15-06

Food Choice Architecture: An Intervention in a Secondary School and its Impact on Students’ Plant-based Food Choices

15-05

Obese teens' brains unusually susceptible to food commercials

15-05

Australian teenage boys more susceptible to junk food marketing and consume more fast food and snacks high in salt compared with girls

15-05

Lunch frequency among adolescents: associations with sociodemographic factors and school characteristics

15-05

The relationship between habitual breakfast consumption frequency and academic performance in British adolescents

15-04

Reducing Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake Among Students: School-Based Programs and Policies That Work

15-04

Fruit and Vegetable Attitudes, Norms, and Intake in Low-Income Youth

15-04

Exploring the opportunities for food and drink purchasing and consumption by teenagers during their journeys between home and school: a feasibility study using a novel method

15-04

Intake of energy-dense snack foods and drinks among Dutch children aged 7–12 years: how many, how much, when, where and which?

15-04

Food and drink purchasing by Scottish secondary school pupils- Beyond the school gate

15-04

Squeezing Fact from Fiction about 100% Fruit Juice

15-04

The effect of an egg breakfast on satiety in children and adolescents

15-03

More than Half of Norwegian High School Students Report Disordered Eating

15-03

Fruit and vegetable consumption trends among adolescents from 2002 to 2010 in 33 countries

15-03

Lunchtime School Water Availability and Water Consumption Among California Adolescents

15-03

Preventing Adolescents' Diabesity: Design, Development, and First Evaluation of “Gustavo in Gnam's Planet”

15-03

Hypertension and obesity in Italian school children: The role of diet, lifestyle and family history

15-03

Energy Drinks and Youth Self-Reported Hyperactivity/Inattention Symptoms

15-03

Sweet/Dessert Foods Are More Appealing to Adolescents after Sleep Restriction

15-02

Implementation of strategies to increase adolescents’ access to fruit and vegetables at school: process evaluation findings from the Boost study

15-02

Fruits and vegetables as a healthier snack throughout the day among families with older children: Findings from a survey of parent-child dyads

15-02

I'm not trusted in the kitchen': food environments and food behaviours of young people attending school and college.

15-02

Self-Efficacy and Self-Reported Dietary Behaviors in Adolescents at an Urban School With No Competitive Foods

15-02

The Michigan Healthy School Action Tools Process Generates Improvements in School Nutrition Policies and Practices, and Student Dietary Intake

15-02

Motivators of and Barriers to Eating Foods and Snacks Among Adolescents

15-02

Exposing young people to cooking and new foods: findings from a feasibility study in an alternative education setting

15-02

Examining evidence for behavioural mimicry of parental eating by adolescent females

15-02

Functional brain response to food images in successful adolescent weight losers compared with normal-weight and overweight controls

15-02

Children's consumption behavior in response to food product placements in movies

15-01

Impact of Fruit Smoothies on Adolescent Fruit Consumption at School

15-01

Greek adolescents and the Mediterranean diet: factors affecting quality and adherence

15-01

Evaluation of a Brief Cancer Prevention Education Programme to Promote Balanced Diet in French School Children

14-12

A qualitative study of children's snack food packaging perceptions and preferences

14-12

Study of induction of Tolerance to Oral Peanut : desensitisation using peanut oral immunotherapy

14-12

Food marketing and children's dietary preferences: Literature update

Education, Food
18-01

No change no progress: why school-based nutrition education programmes should continue to evolve

17-02

Eating breakfast regularly is related to higher school connectedness and academic performance in Canadian middle- and high-school students

17-01

Association between dietary intake and ‘school-valued’ outcomes

17-01

Home Economics as a food education intervention: lessons from the Irish secondary education context

15-04

A systematic review of the effectiveness of school-based obesity prevention programmes for First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth in Canada

15-04

Evaluating the impact of a school-based health intervention using a randomized field experiment

15-03

Longitudinal data from a school-based intervention - The ACORDA project

15-02

Effect of national recommendation on sweet selling as an intervention for a healthier school environment

Exercise, Food
17-11

Relationships between physical activity, food choices, gender and BMI in Southern Californian teenagers

17-11

Marketing Food and Beverages to Youth Through Sports

17-06

Exercise and eating habits among urban adolescents: a cross-sectional study in Kolkata, India

16-04

School beverage environment and children's energy expenditure associated with physical education class

16-01

Food intake response to exercise and active video gaming in adolescents: effect of weight status

15-11

Food intake response to exercise and active video gaming in adolescents: effect of weight status

Food, Lifestyle
17-07

Diet quality, overweight and daily monetary allowance of Greek adolescents

17-06

Clustering and correlates of screen-time and eating behaviours among young adolescents

17-05

Poor nutrition and bullying behaviors: A comparison of deviant and non-deviant youth

Mental Health 5-16+, Food
17-06

Avoidant coping moderates the relationship between stress and depressive emotional eating in adolescents

16-06

Eating behaviours in preadolescence are associated with body dissatisfaction and mental disorders

16-02

Emotional and behavioral problems in adolescents and young adults with food allergy

15-10

Adolescents' perception of the severity of binge eating disorder

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