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Food
15-11

Explicit and implicit tasks for assessing hedonic-versus nutrition-based attitudes towards food in French children

15-11

Television food advertising to children in Malta

15-11

Students’ consumption of beverages and snacks at school and away from school: a case study in the North East of Italy

15-11

Beyond Food Promotion: A Systematic Review on the Influence of the Food Industry on Obesity-Related Dietary Behaviour among Children

15-11

Children who were treated with oral immunotherapy for cows’ milk allergy showed long-term desensitisation seven years later

15-11

Strategies to reduce plate waste in primary school

15-11

The potential link between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and post-exercise airway narrowing across puberty

15-11

Milk allergy is a minor cause of milk avoidance due to perceived hypersensitivity among schoolchildren in Northern Sweden

15-10

Pork or nothing: how school dinners are dividing France

15-10

School Breakfast Policy Is Associated with Dietary Intake of Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Students

15-09

Food depictions in picture books for preschool children

15-09

Did HealthKick, a randomised controlled trial primary school nutrition intervention improve dietary quality of children in low-income settings in South Africa?

15-09

Children's and adolescents' snacking: interplay between the individual and the school class

15-08

Emoticon use Increases Plain Milk and Vegetable Purchase in a School Cafeteria without Adversely Affecting Total Milk Purchase

15-08

"Hip Hop HEALS
Pilot Study of a Culturally Targeted Calorie Label Intervention to Improve Food Purchases of Children
"

15-07

A qualitative evaluation of holiday breakfast clubs in the UK ... and ... More than just a meal: breakfast club attendance and children’s social relationships

15-07

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

15-07

Evaluation of the impact of school gardening interventions on children's knowledge of and attitudes towards fruit and vegetables

15-07

Health literacy and parent attitudes about weight control for children

15-07

Associations between Food Outlets around Schools and BMI among Primary Students in England

15-07

Accuracy of self-reported intake of signature foods in a school meal intervention study

15-07

The benefits of breakfast clubs

15-07

The impact of overweight cartoon characters on children's consumption of unhealthy foods

15-07

A Traditional Diet Is Associated with a Reduced Risk of Eczema and Wheeze in Colombian Children

15-06

Parents could banish their children’s fussy eating habits by following three simple steps

15-06

Diet quality across early childhood and adiposity at 6 years

15-06

Longitudinal evaluation of 100% fruit juice consumption on BMI status in 2–5-year-old children

15-06

Getting children to embrace healthy food ... and ... research

15-06

A cross-sectional observational study of the nutritional intake of UK primary school children from deprived and non-deprived backgrounds: implications for school breakfast schemes

15-06

What Works Well' Recipe Hub

15-06

Understanding eating behavior in order to improve diets and manage body weight

15-06

Timing of school meals as a predisposing factor for childhood overweight and obesity

15-05

Parents Being Misled into Buying So Called ‘Fruit Snacks’ Not Permitted in Schools

15-05

School bans packed lunches

15-05

"Sugar and Sports : Age Differences in Children’s Responses to a High Sugar Cereal Advertisement Portraying Physical Activities"

15-05

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

15-05

A Brief Educational Intervention Increases Knowledge of the Sugar Content of Foods and Drinks but Does Not Decrease Intakes in Scottish Children Aged 10–12 Years

15-05

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

15-04

Prevalence of picky eating behaviour in Chinese school-age children and associations with anthropometric parameters and intelligence quotient

15-04

Serving First in Isolation Increases Vegetable Intake among Elementary Schoolchildren

15-04

School meals : The new dinner lady

15-03

Are children more paternalistic than their mothers when choosing snacks?

15-03

Children's Recall of Fast Food Television Advertising-Testing the Adequacy of Food Marketing Regulation

15-03

More than half of kids don't eat a single portion of vegetables a day, according to Newsround's food survey.

15-03

Squeezing Fact from Fiction about 100% Fruit Juice

15-03

Digital marketing of unhealthy foods to Australian children and adolescents

15-03

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

15-03

A practical approach to vitamin and mineral supplementation in food allergic children

15-03

Evaluating the relationship between plasma and skin carotenoids and reported dietary intake in elementary school children to assess fruit and vegetable intake.

15-03

Creating action plans in a serious video game increases and maintains child fruit-vegetable intake

15-03

Strategies used by parents to influence their children's food preferences

15-03

A Comparison of Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, and Desserts in the Packed Lunches of Elementary School Children.

15-03

Intervention effects on dietary intake among children by maternal education level

15-03

Increasing Child Fruit and Vegetable Intake: Findings from the US Department of Agriculture Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

15-03

Butter Tolerance in Children Allergic to Cow's Milk

15-03

Associations between Yogurt, Dairy, Calcium, and Vitamin D Intake and Obesity among U.S. Children Aged 8–18 Years

15-03

Associations between commercial complementary food consumption and fruit and vegetable intake in children. Results of the DONALD study

15-03

Child-Directed Marketing Inside and on the Exterior of Fast Food Restaurants

15-03

Discordance in risk perception between children, parents, and teachers in terms of consumption of cheap and poorly nutritious food sold around schools

15-03

The influence of hot and cool executive function on the development of eating styles related to overweight in children

15-03

Passive Commuting and Dietary Intake in Fourth and Fifth Grade Students

15-03

Great Taste, Less Waste: A cluster-randomized trial using a communications campaign to improve the quality of foods brought from home to school by elementary school children

15-03

Convenience and the hierarchy of meal preparation. Cooking and domestic education in the Netherlands, 1910–1930

15-02

Teaching approaches and strategies that promote healthy eating in primary school children: a systematic review and meta-analysis

15-02

Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests

15-02

Potential Effect of Physical Activity Calorie Equivalent Labeling on Parent Fast Food Decisions

15-02

Developing policies to restrict food marketing to children: A regional nutrient profile model from the WHO

15-02

Leeds Edible Schools Sustainability Network (p.42)

15-01

Children and local food

15-01

Socioeconomic gradient in consumption of whole fruit and 100% fruit juice among US children and adults

15-01

Do eating disorders in parents predict eating disorders in children? Evidence from a Swedish cohort

15-01

Vitamin A-fortified cooking oil reduces vitamin A deficiency in infants, young children and women: results from a programme evaluation in Indonesia

15-01

The role of eating frequency on total energy intake and diet quality in a low-income, racially diverse sample of schoolchildren

15-01

Lessons learned from the development of a school age food allergy education program

15-01

Diet and childhood asthma: review

15-01

Differential Improvements in Student Fruit and Vegetable Selection and Consumption in Response to the New National School Lunch Program Regulations

15-01

Eww she sneezed! Contamination context affects children's food preferences and consumption

15-01

Improving Children’s Menus in Community Restaurants: Best Food for Families, Infants, and Toddlers (Best Food FITS) Intervention, South Central Texas

15-01

‘It’s just so much waste.’ A qualitative investigation of food waste in a universal free School Breakfast Program

15-01

Passive Commuting and Dietary Intake in Fourth and Fifth Grade Students

14-12

Food marketing and children's dietary preferences: Literature update

14-12

US school lunches may be better than lunch packed at home

14-12

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

14-10

Food poverty sees disadvantaged London children go hungry

14-10

Parents' choices in providing children's packed lunches

14-10

School gardens limited in improving children’s fruit and veg intake

14-09

Maternal educational level and children’s healthy eating behaviour: role of the home food environment

14-09

Rurality and dietary patterns: associations in a UK cohort study of 10-year-old children

14-09

Food craving is stronger, but controllable, for kids

14-09

School meal programs and their potential to operate as school-based obesity prevention and nutrition interventions: case studies from France and Japan

14-09

Nudging children towards whole wheat bread: a field experiment on the influence of fun bread roll shape on breakfast consumption

14-09

Pre-meal video game playing and glucose reduce food intake in normal weight boys

14-09

Parental Activity as Influence on Childrenˋs BMI Percentiles and Physical Activity

14-09

Free school fruit: can an extra piece of fruit every school day contribute to the prevention of future weight gain?

14-09

Pre-meal video game playing and glucose reduce food intake in normal weight boys

14-09

Involving children in meal preparation. Effects on food intake

14-09

Breakfast skipping is associated with cyberbullying and school bullying victimization. A school-based cross-sectional study

14-09

Young children's food brand knowledge. Early development and associations with television viewing and parent's diet

14-09

Childhood pet ownership, attachment to pets, and subsequent meat avoidance. The mediating role of empathy toward animals

14-09

Perception of fattening foods in Italian children and adolescents

14-09

The effect digital media has on children’s eating habits

14-09

Fruits and Vegetables Displace, But Do Not Decrease, Total Energy in School Lunches

14-09

Frequency of Family Meals and 6–11-year-old Children’s Social Behaviors

14-09

Eating breakfast daily may help to prevent early development of diabetes risk in children

14-09

‘Family Meal’ Ideal Is Stressful, Impossible for Many Families

14-08

The impact of eating quickly on anthropometric variables among schoolgirls: a prospective cohort study in Japan

14-08

Effects of an intervention aimed at reducing the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages in primary school children

14-08

Expanding the US School Breakfast Program: Impacts on Children's Consumption, Nutrition and Health

14-07

Risk and Protective Factors for the Development of Childhood Asthma

14-07

Through the lens of our cameras: children's lived experience with food security in a Canadian Indigenous community

14-07

Children’s TV Programming in Ireland and England Positively Portraying Unhealthy Food

14-06

Serving Vegetables First: A Strategy to Increase Vegetable Consumption in Elementary School Cafeterias

14-06

Parents serve up their kids' food hygiene habits

14-06

Children Select Unhealthy Choices when Given a Choice among Snack Offerings

14-06

Gamification of Dietary Decision-Making in an Elementary-School Cafeteria

14-06

The Packed Lunch Project survey

14-06

Increasing fruit, vegetable and water consumption in summer day camps—3-year findings of the healthy lunchbox challenge

14-06

Associations between the home environment and children's sweet beverage consumption at 2-year follow-up

14-06

Home environmental determinants of children's fruit and vegetable consumption across different SES backgrounds

14-06

Making healthy eating and physical activity policy practice: The design and overview of a group randomized controlled trial in afterschool programs

14-06

Diet quality and diet costs in German children and adolescents

14-06

A new understanding of the relationship between sugars, dental caries and fluoride use: implications for limits on sugars consumption

14-06

Parents' food choice motives and their associations with children's food preferences

14-06

Low-income mothers’ food practices with young children

14-06

Breakfast patterns among low-income, ethnically-diverse 4th-6th grade children in an urban area

14-06

School meals in England will have to include at least one portion of vegetables a day

14-06

Characteristics of food advergames that reach children and the nutrient quality of the foods they advertise

14-06

Gender differences in childhood food preference: Evaluation using a subjective picture choice method.

14-06

84% five to eight-year-olds said they would love to visit a farm

14-05

‘Often and early’ gives children a taste for vegetables

14-05

Young children's food brand knowledge. Early development and associations with television viewing and parent's diet

14-05

Children's Cereals: Sugar by the Pound

14-04

The Shaping Healthy Choices Program results in improved nutrition and health-related outcomes

14-04

Chocolate Milk Consequences: A Pilot Study Evaluating the Consequences of Banning Chocolate Milk in School Cafeterias

14-04

Children’s eating habits and attitudes toward food are influenced by their social peer networks

14-03

Does eating family meals and having the television on during dinner correlate with overweight? A sub-study of the PRO GREENS project, looking at children from nine European countries

14-03

Yogurt consumption and impact on health: focus on children and cardiometabolic risk

14-03

The effects of the Food Dudes Programme on children’s intake of unhealthy foods at lunchtime

14-03

The combination of daily breakfast consumption and optimal breakfast choices in childhood is an important public health message

14-03

Food price promotions and public health (ESRC pdf)

14-03

Preferences for Salty and Sweet Tastes Are Elevated and Related to Each Other during Childhood (pdf)

14-03

Saturated fats and heart disease link 'unproven'

14-03

Children's diet and salt

14-03

Characteristics of food advergames that reach children and the nutrient quality of the foods they advertise

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

Whole school food programmes and the kitchen environment

14-01

Economic viability of new launched school lunch programmes

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

Education, Food
15-10

School lunch take up and academic attainment in primary and secondary schools in England

15-09

Association between breakfast consumption and educational outcomes in 9–11-year-old children ...and... Good breakfast and good academic grades?

15-01

Do schools in Quebec foster healthy eating?

15-01

A Water Availability Intervention in New York City Public Schools: Influence on Youths’ Water and Milk Behaviors

15-01

Effect of the Dutch school-based education programme ‘Taste Lessons’ on behavioural determinants of taste acceptance and healthy eating

15-01

An ecological study of food desert prevalence and 4th grade academic achievement in New York state school districts.

14-12

Fast Food Consumption and Academic Growth in Late Childhood

14-12

Links to research about water and children : Natural Hydration Council

Exercise, Food
15-02

Predictors of meeting physical activity and fruit and vegetable recommendations in 9–11-year-old children

Exercise, Food, Health
15-01

Healthy Kids Out of School: Using Mixed Methods to Develop Principles for Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Out-of-School Settings in the United States

Education, Exercise, Food
14-12

The role and impact of student leadership on participants in a healthy eating and physical activity programme

Food, Health
14-12

Nutrition and Health of Schoolchildren in the UK : British Nutrition Foundation

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