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Longer school lunch breaks can spur kids to eat more fruit and vegetables – News-Medical.Net

When kids sit down to eat lunch at school, fruits and vegetables may not be their first choice. But with more time at the lunch…

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When kids sit down to eat lunch at school, fruits and vegetables may not be their first choice. But with more time at the lunch table, they are more likely to pick up those healthy foods. If we want to improve children’s nutrition and health, ensuring longer…

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