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Effects of choice architecture and chef-enhanced meals on the selection and consumption of healthier school foods: a randomized clinical trial.(Report)

Little is known about the long-term effect of a chef-enhanced menu on healthier food selection and consumption in school lunchrooms. In addition, it remains unclear if extended exposure to other strategies to promote healthier foods (eg, choice architecture) also improves food selection or consumpti... Full description

Journal Title: JAMA Pediatrics 2015, Vol.169(5), p.431(7)
Main Author: Cohen, Juliana F. W.
Other Authors: Richardson, Scott A. , Cluggish, Sarah A. , Parker, Ellen , Catalano, Paul J. , Rimm, Eric B.
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title: Effects of choice architecture and chef-enhanced meals on the selection and consumption of healthier school foods: a randomized clinical trial.(Report)
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  • Cohen, Juliana F. W.
  • Richardson, Scott A.
  • Cluggish, Sarah A.
  • Parker, Ellen
  • Catalano, Paul J.
  • Rimm, Eric B.
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  • Clinical Trials – Usage
  • School Food Services – Management
  • Health Foods – Health Aspects
  • Children – Food and Nutrition
ispartof: JAMA Pediatrics, 2015, Vol.169(5), p.431(7)
description: Little is known about the long-term effect of a chef-enhanced menu on healthier food selection and consumption in school lunchrooms. In addition, it remains unclear if extended exposure to other strategies to promote healthier foods (eg, choice architecture) also improves food selection or consumption. To evaluate the short- and long-term effects of chef-enhanced meals and extended exposure to choice architecture on healthier school food selection and consumption. A school-based randomized clinical trial was conducted during the 2011-2012 school year among 14 elementary and middle schools in 2 urban, low-income school districts (intent-to-treat analysis). Included in the study were 2638 students in grades 3 through 8 attending participating schools (38.4% of eligible participants). Schools were first randomized to receive a professional chef to improve school meal palatability (chef schools) or to a delayed intervention (control group). To assess the effect of choice architecture (smart...
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