Study: Smaller Portions Could Lead Kids To Eat Their Veggies

10/24/2001 | NYTimes.com

Researchers from Ohio's Columbus Children's Hospital have found that children eat about 67% of their school meal regardless of the entree, leading scientists to conclude that making entree portions smaller might induce students to eat more of their vegetables.

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