Implementing a healthy eating programme: changing children's eating habits for life

Erjavec, Mihela; Viktor, Simon; Horne, Pauline; Lowe, Fergus
April 2012
Community Practitioner;Apr2012, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p39
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance to produce long-term improvements in implementing a healthy eating programme that should start with children in Great Britain. It mentions the Food Dudes Healthy Eating Programme, which makes a valuable contribution to the fight against obesity and brings a range of other health benefits to children. It notes that the food programme is based on behaviour change principles which include role-modelling, rewards, and repeated tastings.


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