Reducing the volume, exposure and negative impacts of advertising for foods high in fat, sugar and salt to children: A systematic review of the evidence from statutory and self-regulatory actions and educational measures.

@article{Chambers2015ReducingTV,
  title={Reducing the volume, exposure and negative impacts of advertising for foods high in fat, sugar and salt to children: A systematic review of the evidence from statutory and self-regulatory actions and educational measures.},
  author={Stephanie A Chambers and Ruth Freeman and Annie S Anderson and Steve A MacGillivray},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={75},
  pages={32-43}
}
PURPOSE To identify and review evidence on 1) the effectiveness of statutory and self-regulatory actions to reduce the volume, exposure or wider impact of advertising for foods high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) to children, and 2) the role of educational measures. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH A systematic review of three databases (Medline, CINAHL and PsycINFO) and grey literature was carried out. Relevant evidence included studies evaluating advertising bans and restrictions, advertising… CONTINUE READING

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