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20-04

Use of the Veggie Meter® as a tool to objectively approximate fruit and vegetable intake among youth for evaluation of preschool and school-based interventions

20-04

Kindergarten to 12th Grade School-Based Nutrition Interventions: Putting Past Recommendations Into Practice

20-04

Breakfast consumption among Saudi primary-school children relative to sex and socio-demographic factors

20-02

Nutritional and health status of children 15 months after integrated school garden, nutrition, and water, sanitation and hygiene interventions

20-02

Are packed lunches less healthy than school dinners?

20-02

A repeated cross-sectional survey assessing changes in diet and nutrient quality of English primary school children’s packed lunches between 2006 and 2016

20-01

Promoting school lunch fruit and vegetable intake through role modeling

20-01

School-based interventions for promoting nutrition and physical activity & preventing obesity: overview of studies and findings

19-11

Bite size: Breaking down the challenge of inner-city childhood obesity

19-11

‘Sticky’ foods: How school practices produce negative emotions for mothers and children

19-11

The Impact of a Fruit and Vegetable Intervention on School Cafeteria Fruit and Vegetable Selection and Consumption in a Rural, Appalachian Mississippi Elementary School

19-09

Impact of a Pilot School-Based Nutrition Intervention on Fruit and Vegetable Waste at School Lunches

19-09

Examining differences in school hour and school day dietary quality among Canadian children between 2004 and 2015

19-08

Fast Food, Snacking and Health-related Quality of Life among Overweight and Obese Primary School Children of MyBFF@ school Intervention Program

19-08

Effects of a cluster randomized controlled kindergarten-based intervention trial on vegetable consumption among Norwegian 3–5-year-olds

19-08

Power Plus Project and the CATCH’S Go, Slow and Whoa campaign to increase fresh produce consumption in elementary schools

19-08

Feasibility and efficacy of a web-based family telehealth nutrition intervention to improve child weight status and dietary intake

19-08

Use of the School Setting During the Summer Holidays: Mixed‐Methods Evaluation of Food and Fun Clubs in Wales

19-08

The Adoption of the Healthy Eating Standards in Local Afterschool Programs Does Not Improve Quality of Snacks

19-08

Possible effects of a free, healthy school meal on overall meal frequency among 10–12-year-olds in Norway ... and ... Free school meals as an approach to reduce health inequalities among 10–12- year-old Norwegian children

19-07

An Application-based programme to reinforce and maintain lower salt intake (AppSalt) in schoolchildren and their families in China

19-07

An in-home intervention of parent-implemented strategies to increase child vegetable intake

19-05

Evaluation on the effect of salt reduction intervention among fourth-grade primary school students and their parents in Shandong Province

19-05

A School Meals Program Implemented at Scale in Ghana Increases Height-for-Age during Midchildhood in Girls and in Children from Poor Households

19-05

Short sleep duration is associated with specific food intake increase among school-aged children in China

19-04

Social Media Influencer Marketing and Children’s Food Intake

19-04

The Influence of a Centrally-Procured School Food Program on Consumption and Instances of Fruits and Vegetables in School-Age Children

19-03

Changing the behaviour of children living in Dutch disadvantaged neighbourhoods to improve breakfast quality

19-03

Food, Health, & Choices: Curriculum and Wellness Interventions to Decrease Childhood Obesity in Fifth-Graders

19-01

Health effects of micronutrient fortified dairy products and cereal food for children and adolescents

19-01

School Policy on Drinking and Toilets: Weaknesses and Relation With Children's Hydration Status

19-01

Role of the Elementary School Cafeteria Environment in Fruit, Vegetable, and Whole-Grain Consumption by 6- to 8-Year-Old Students

19-01

Participation in structured programming may prevent unhealthy weight gain during the summer in school-aged children from low-income neighbourhoods

19-01

An exploratory analysis of associations of diet, sun exposure, and body composition with 25OHD at five years of age

19-01

Compliance with nutrition standards in Mexican schools and their effectiveness

18-11

Time to eat School Lunch Affects Elementary Students' Nutrient Consumption

18-11

The Impact the Smarter Lunchroom Movement Strategies Have on School Children's Healthy Food Selection and Consumption

18-11

School Lunch Environmental Factors Impacting Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

18-11

Sampling tomorrow's lunch today: Examining the effect of sampling a vegetable-focused entrée on school lunch participation

18-11

The effects of repeated exposure and variety on vegetable intake in pre-school children

18-11

Association between eating frequency and eating behaviours related to appetite from 4 to 7 years of age: Findings from the population-based birth cohort generation XXI

18-11

Food commercials do not affect energy intake in a laboratory meal but do alter brain responses to visual food cues in children

18-11

Fill “half your child's plate with fruits and vegetables”: Correlations with food-related practices and the home food environment

18-11

Picky eating – A risk factor for underweight in Finnish preadolescents

18-10

Sugary Beverage Consumption Among California Children and Adolescents.

18-10

Study of the reasons for the consumption of each type of vegetable within a population of school-aged children

18-09

Artificial sweeteners in food and beverage products at school

18-09

Ending the sale of energy drinks to children : Open consultation

18-07

Scale up of a multi-strategic intervention to increase implementation of a school healthy canteen policy: findings of an intervention trial

18-07

Adherence to the Mediterranean diet and inflammatory markers in children with asthma

18-06

Marketing techniques in television advertisements of food and drinks directed at children in Spain, 2012

18-06

Growth, the Mediterranean diet and the buying power of adolescents in Greece

18-05

Takeaway meal consumption and risk markers for coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity in children aged 9–10 years

18-05

Outdoor time and dietary patterns in children around the world

18-04

Similarities and differences between families who have frequent and infrequent family meals

18-04

Gender and Body-Fat Status as Predictors of Parental Feeding Styles and Children’s Nutritional Knowledge, Eating Habits and Behaviours

18-04

Universal school lunch programme closes a socioeconomic gap in fruit and vegetable intakes among school children in Japan

18-03

Investigating the nutritional value of foods targeting children

18-03

Association between Frequency of Consumption of Fruit, Vegetables, Nuts and Pulses and BMI: Analyses of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood

18-02

Snacking Patterns in Children: A Comparison between Australia, China, Mexico, and the US

18-02

Nutritional Quality of School Meals in France: Impact of Guidelines and the Role of Protein Dishes

18-02

Frequent lunch purchases from NSW school canteens: a potential marker for children's eating habits?

18-02

Does the Kids Café Program's Nutrition Education Improve Children's Dietary Intake? A Pilot Evaluation Study

18-02

Healthy lifestyle promotion in primary schools through the board game Kaledo: a pilot cluster randomized trial

18-02

Perception and quality of breakfast on Primary School Children

18-02

Positive Impacts of a Vegetable Cooking Skills Program among Low-Income Parents and Children

18-02

Nutrition Knowledge, Attitudes, and Fruit and Vegetable Intake as Predictors of Head Start Teachers' Classroom Mealtime Behaviors

18-02

“That’s his choice not mine!” Parents’ perspectives on providing a packed lunch for their children in primary school

18-02

Evaluation of universal infant free school meals (Education Policy Institute)

18-01

Sources of Added Sugars in Young Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Low and High Intakes of Added Sugars

18-01

Do mothers affect daughter’s behaviors? Diet, physical activity, and sedentary behaviors in Kuwaiti mother–daughter dyads

18-01

Effectiveness of behavioral interventions to reduce the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages in children and adolescents

17-12

Children and young people’s perceptions of energy drinks

17-11

The tween television diet: a content analysis of US tween program food references

17-11

School Gardens: A Qualitative Study on Implementation Practices

17-11

Battle of plates: a pilot study of an approach-avoidance training for overweight children and adolescents.

17-11

Adherence to the Mediterranean diet in a Sicilian student population.

17-11

Trends in Beverage Consumption in the US Among Children and Adults, 2003-2014.

17-11

Behavioral Associations with Overweight in Low-Income Children

17-10

Changes in Dietary Patterns from Childhood to Adolescence and Associated Body Adiposity Status

17-10

Assessing parents’ receptiveness to a vegetable-focussed in-school nutrition intervention

17-10

Food marketing with movie character toys: Effects on young children's preferences for unhealthy and healthier fast food meals

17-10

Children's purchase behavior in the snack market: Can branding or lower prices motivate healthier choices?

17-10

Promoting healthier children's meals at quick-service and full-service restaurants

17-10

The rural school meal in Ecuador as a site for learning about food

17-10

What determines the fruit and vegetables intake of primary school children? - An analysis of personal and social determinants

17-10

Visual exposure and categorization performance positively influence 3- to 6-year-old children's willingness to taste unfamiliar vegetables

17-10

Salad bar selection patterns of elementary school children

17-10

Feasibility and reliability of digital imaging for estimating food selection and consumption from students’ packed lunches

17-09

Contrasting Approaches to Food Education and School Meals

17-09

Mothers’ self-reported grocery shopping behaviours with their 2- to 7-year-old children: relationship between feeding practices and mothers’ willingness to purchase child-requested nutrient-poor, marketed foods, and fruits and vegetables

17-09

Tracking Dietary Patterns over 20 Years from Childhood through Adolescence into Young Adulthood

17-08

Do You Know What Your Kids Are Drinking? Evaluation of a Media Campaign to Reduce Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

17-08

Placing snacks in children's movies: cognitive, evaluative, and conative effects of product placements with character product interaction

17-07

Child and parent perspectives on healthier side dishes and beverages in restaurant kids’ meals

17-07

Regional survey supports national initiative for ‘water-only’ schools in New Zealand

17-07

Restaurant placemats can help promote healthy eating among children

17-07

Feeding styles, parenting styles and snacking behaviour in children attending primary schools in multiethnic neighbourhoods

17-07

A History of Cow’s Milk Allergy Is Associated with Lower Vitamin D Status in Schoolchildren

17-06

Associations between selected dietary behaviours and academic achievement: A study of Australian school aged children

17-06

Class and eating: Family meals in Britain

17-06

Seeing is doing. The implicit effect of TV cooking shows on children's use of ingredients

17-06

The rural school meal as a site for learning about food

17-06

The impact of front-of-pack marketing attributes versus nutrition and health information on parents' food choices

17-06

From the children's perspective: What are candy, snacks, and meals?

17-06

Association between childcare educators’ practices and preschoolers’ physical activity and dietary intake

17-06

Fruit Juice in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Current Recommendations

17-06

The Association between Parent Diet Quality and Child Dietary Patterns in Nine- to Eleven-Year-Old Children from Dunedin, New Zealand

17-06

Water and beverage consumption patterns among 4 to 13-year-old children in the United Kingdom

17-05

Farm Fresh Foods for Healthy Kids : An innovative community supported agriculture intervention to prevent childhood obesity in low-income families and strengthen local agricultural economies

17-05

Impact of bottle size on in-home consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages

17-05

Assessing junk food consumption among Australian children

17-05

Child-targeted fast-food television advertising exposure is linked with fast-food intake among pre-school children

17-05

The effectiveness of asking behaviors among 9–11 year-old children in increasing home availability and children’s intake of fruit and vegetables

17-03

Skipping breakfast is detrimental for primary school children

17-03

Changing children's eating behaviour - A review of experimental research

17-03

Food and beverage advertising on children's TV channels in Argentina: Frequency, duration, and nutritional quality

17-03

Lessons Learned From the Implementation of Brighter Bites: A Food Co-op to Increase Access to Fruits and Vegetables and Nutrition Education Among Low-Income Children and Their Families

17-02

Five-a-day of fruit and veg is good, but '10 is better'

17-02

Screen-based sedentary time: Association with soft drink consumption and the moderating effect of parental education in European children: The ENERGY study

17-02

Salt and sugars content of breakfast cereals in the UK from 1992 to 2015

17-02

Advertising to children initiatives have not reduced unhealthy food advertising on Australian television

17-01

The provision of healthy food in a school tuck shop: does it influence primary-school students’ perceptions, attitudes and behaviours towards healthy eating?

17-01

Which Food Security Determinants Predict Adequate Vegetable Consumption among Rural Western Australian Children?

17-01

Change4Life campaign shows that children are consuming half the daily recommended sugar intake before the morning school bell

16-12

Mediterranean diet and physical activity impact on metabolic syndrome among children and adolescents from Southern Italy

16-12

The price of healthy and unhealthy foods in Australian primary school canteens

16-12

Parents’ perceptions are that their child's health-related quality of life is more impaired when they have a wheat rather than a grass allergy

16-12

CAFÉ: a multicomponent audit and feedback intervention to improve implementation of healthy food policy in primary school canteens

16-11

Food-Related Symptoms and Food Allergy in Swedish Children from Early Life to Adolescence

16-11

Four-year outcomes of an educational intervention in healthy habits in schoolchildren

16-11

Parent–child associations for changes in diet, screen time, and physical activity across two decades in modernizing China

16-11

The Magic Breakfast project evaulation

16-10

Students’ Food Intake from Home-Packed Lunches in the Traditional versus Balanced School Day

16-10

Fussy eating in children may be partially genetic

16-09

The National Diet and Nutrition Survey assesses the diet, nutrient intake and nutritional status of the general population of the UK

16-09

Too few school packed lunches meet nutritional standards

16-09

The UK's food history revealed through five generations of data ... and ... more

16-09

Preparing and sharing food: a quantitative analysis of a primary school-based food intervention

16-09

How do we actually put smarter snacks in schools? NOURISH (Nutrition Opportunities to Understand Reforms Involving Student Health) conversations with food-service directors

16-09

Soft drinks consumption and child behaviour problems: the role of food insecurity and sleep patterns

16-09

An Experiential Cooking and Nutrition Education Program Increases Cooking Self-Efficacy and Vegetable Consumption in Children in Grades 3–8

16-08

Associations between Dietary Fiber Intake in Infancy and Cardiometabolic Health at School Age

16-08

Household food insecurity and its association with school absenteeism among primary school adolescents in Jimma zone, Ethiopia

16-08

IOE-led research informs Government’s Child Obesity Strategy - Child obesity risk increases almost three-fold in five generations

16-08

Fruits and vegetables are incorporated into home cuisine in different ways that are relevant to promoting increased consumption

16-08

Unravelling the effect of the Dutch school-based nutrition programme Taste Lessons: the role of dose, appreciation and interpersonal communication

16-08

Nutritional quality of foods and non-alcoholic beverages advertised on Mexican television according to three nutrient profile models

16-08

Previous Gardening Experience and Gardening Enjoyment Is Related to Vegetable Preferences and Consumption Among Low-Income Elementary School Children

16-08

The Influence of Televised Food Commercials on Children's Food Choices: Evidence from Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex Activations.

16-07

Marketing Vegetables in Elementary School Cafeterias to Increase Uptake

16-07

Ad Brake: Primary school children’s perceptions of unhealthy food advertising on TV.

16-06

A social network-based intervention stimulating peer influence on children's self-reported water consumption

16-06

Involving children in cooking activities: A potential strategy for directing food choices toward novel foods containing vegetables

16-06

Psychosocial factors as mediators of food insecurity and weight status among middle school students

16-06

Affective tone of mothers' statements to restrict their children's eating

16-06

Parents' barriers and strategies to promote healthy eating among school-age children

16-06

The Healthy Meal Index: A tool for measuring the healthfulness of meals served to children

16-06

Weight stigma and eating behaviours in elementary school children

16-06

Food-related behavior and intake of adult main meal preparers of 9–10 year-old children participating in iCook 4-H: A five-state childhood obesity prevention pilot study

16-06

Maternal encouragement and discouragement: Differences by food type and child weight status

16-06

An experience-based treatment model for children unwilling to eat

16-06

Prevalence of Artificial Food Colors in Grocery Store Products Marketed to Children

16-06

Popular Music Celebrity Endorsements in Food and Nonalcoholic Beverage Marketing

16-06

Sugar tax could cut consumption of unhealthier breakfast cereals

16-05

Future for food education of children

16-05

The Effect of Breakfast Type on Total Daily Energy Intake and Body Mass Index Among Thai School Children

16-05

Effects of a food advertising literacy intervention on Taiwanese children’s food purchasing behaviors

16-05

Where are the schools? Children, families and food practices

16-05

Pitfalls of the self-regulation of advertisements directed at children on Mexican television

16-04

Health Promotion Intervention to Improve Diet Quality in Children

16-04

Do children report differently from their parents and from observed data? Cross-sectional data on fruit, water, sugar-sweetened beverages and break-time foods.

16-04

Children need to drink more water, urge councils

16-04

The Effectiveness of A School-Based Nutrition Intervention on Children's Fruit, Vegetables, and Dairy Product Intake

16-03

Sources of Caffeine in Diets of US Children and Adults: Trends by Beverage Type and Purchase Location

16-03

How much sugar is hidden in drinks marketed to children? A survey of fruit juices, juice drinks and smoothies

16-03

A restaurant-based intervention to promote sales of healthy children’s menu items: the Kids’ Choice Restaurant Program cluster randomized trial

16-03

Effect of Avoidance on Peanut Allergy after Early Peanut Consumption

16-03

Skipping breakfast, sedentarism and overweight in children

16-02

Sensory evaluation of a novel vegetable in school age children

16-02

Encouraging children to eat more fruit and vegetables: Health vs. descriptive social norm-based messages

16-02

The relationship between unhealthy food sales, socio-economic deprivation and childhood weight status: results of a cross-sectional study in England

16-02

Early determinants of food liking among 5y-old children: a longitudinal study from the EDEN mother-child cohort

16-02

The study of primary schoolchildren eating breakfast status in Ilam: A pilot study

16-02

Online Canteens: Awareness, use, barriers to use, and the acceptability of potential online strategies to improve public health nutrition in primary schools.

16-02

Parents’ beliefs about the healthfulness of sugary drink options: opportunities to address misperceptions

16-02

Impact of school lunch type on nutritional quality of English children’s diets

Education, Food
19-05

School health and nutrition program implementation, impact, and challenges in schools of Nepal

16-10

Effectiveness of a multicomponent intervention to enhance implementation of a healthy canteen policy in Australian primary schools

16-05

Online canteens: awareness, use, barriers to use, and the acceptability of potential online strategies to improve public health nutrition in primary schools

16-04

Teachers’ self-perception of their dietary behavior and needs to teach healthy eating habits in the school

Food, Health
19-02

Vitamin D supplementation: are multivitamins sufficient?

Exercise, Food
18-03

Adiposity and the isotemporal substitution of physical activity, sedentary time and sleep among school-aged children: a compositional data analysis approach

17-10

Optimal timing of exercise for influencing energy intake in children during school lunch

17-07

Associations Between Pedometer-Determined Physical Activity and Adiposity in Children and Adolescent: Systematic Review

16-10

Associations between exclusive breastfeeding and physical fitness during childhood

16-04

Effect of Physically Active Academic Lessons on Body Mass Index and Physical Fitness in Primary School Children

Mental Health 5-16+, Food
16-10

A Longitudinal Study of Maternal and Child Internalizing Symptoms Predicting Early Adolescent Emotional Eating

16-02

Behavioral outcomes of picky eating in childhood

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