Children eat their school lunch too quickly: an exploratory study of the effect on food intake Full Text
BMC Public Health, 05/29/2012
Zandian M et al. – If insufficient time is allocated for consuming school lunches, compensatory increased speed of eating puts children at risk of losing control over food intake and in many cases over–eating. Public health initiatives to increase the time available for school meals might prove a relatively easy way to reduced excess food intake at school and enable children to eat more healthily.