Snacks are a growing force in childhood diets

03/2/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Children in 2006 consumed more snack calories per day than in 1977, with snacks accounting for 27.3% of average daily caloric intake. The study says children consume about 2,099 calories a day, 100 more than in 1977, but mealtime calorie intake is declining.

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