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Healthy eating: children think their peers eat more unhealthy snacks than they actually do – changing this perception can lead to better diets

By Rachel Povey, Associate Professor in Health Psychology, Staffordshire University
Robert Dempsey, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University
Sian Calvert, Research associate in the School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
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We wanted to find a way to reduce how much children snack on foods high in fat, salt and sugar.The Conversation

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