Does eating family meals and having the television on during dinner correlate with overweight? A sub-study of the PRO GREENS project, looking at children from nine European countries.
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Kristiansdottir, Asa Gudrun
Halldorsson, Thorhallur I
Te Velde, Saskia J
de Almeida, Maria Daniel Vaz
Ribič, Cirila Hlastan
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CitationPublic Health Nutr. 2014:1-9
AbstractThe associations between family meals and TV viewing during dinner with overweight were few and showed significance only in Northern Europe. Differences in foods consumed during family meals and in health-related lifestyles between Northern and Southern & Eastern Europe may explain these discrepancies.
DescriptionEuropean Commission’s Programme of Community Action in the Field of Public Health 2003–2008 (Original Contract No. 007324) The Research Fund of the University of Iceland, Axson Johnson Foundation in Sweden, JuhoVainio Foundation in Finland
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