Restricting access to palatable foods affects children's behavioral response, food selection, and intake.

@article{Fisher1999RestrictingAT,
  title={Restricting access to palatable foods affects children's behavioral response, food selection, and intake.},
  author={Jennifer Orlet Fisher and Leann Lipps Birch},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={1264-72}
}
BACKGROUND Restricting children's access to palatable foods may appeal to parents as a straightforward means of promoting moderate intakes of foods high in fat and sugar; however, restricting access to palatable foods may have unintended effects on children's eating. The efficacy of restricting children's access to palatable foods as a means of promoting patterns of moderate intake of those foods is unknown. OBJECTIVE Two experiments were conducted to test the hypothesis that restricting… CONTINUE READING

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