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Two studies were conducted which examined the relationships between 10-year-olds' body fat status and their perceptions of foods. The first study of 453 children showed that obese boys linked high-energy foods more to positive consequences, such as growth and satiation, than did slim boys. They also rated bread and potatoes as more fattening than did slim(More)
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