Calorie information affects parents' fast-food picks for youths

01/25/2010 |

An online study in Pediatrics showed parents who had calorie information about fast-food menu items selected healthier meals for their children. Parents given a sample menu similar to that of McDonald's listing calories by each item chose meals containing about 100 fewer calories for their children compared with those who didn't get the information.

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