Nov. 25, 2013, HealthDay
Having youngsters use smaller bowls may be one way to help reduce childhood obesity, a new study suggests.
In their first experiment, researchers gave 8- or 16-ounce bowls to 69 preschoolers. Adults then served the children cereal and milk in increments until the children said they’d had enough. Children with the larger bowls asked for 87 percent more cereal and milk.
How much kids weighed or whether they were boys or girls did not affect how much food they requested. Continue reading