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RESEARCH AND PRACTICE Impact of Connecticut Legislation Incentivizing Elimination of Unhealthy Competitive Foods on

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serve more than 30 million students every day, providing an unparalleled opportunity to improve the diet of the nation’s youths. 1 Recent changes to school meal program regulations will substantially improve the nutritional quality of meals that have already succeeded at preventing childhood nutritional deficiencies in the United States. 2---4 Public health efforts to reduce childhood obesity rates and improve diet quality in the United States have increasingly focusedonimprovingthefoodenvironment in schools. 5---7 Thesaleoffoodsinschoolsoutsidethe school meal programs, known as competitiv

Year: 2013
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