Kids Eat More When in Groups

Kids Eat More When in Groups

Researchers from the University of Michigan looked at the eating habits of 54 preschoolers between the ages of 2 and 6. At snack time, the researchers monitored the amount of food each child ate while they were in groups of three or nine. According to the study, the more children in the group, the more likely they are to overeat.

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