Emotional Eating, Health Behaviours, and Obesity in Children: A 12-Country Cross-Sectional Study
posted by Research Admin 1 on 12 February 2019
This research examines the association between children's (9-11 year olds') emotional eating (EE) behaviour and body mass index (BMI) and health behaviours (i.e., diet, physical activity, sleep and TV-viewing). They found that, "EE was unrelated to BMI in this sample, but prospective studies are needed to determine whether higher EE in children predicts the development of undesirable dietary patterns and obesity over time."
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Jalo, E., et al. Emotional Eating, Health Behaviours, and Obesity in Children: A 12-Country Cross-Sectional Study. Nutrients, Special Issue, "Dietary Behavior and Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents", 2019, 11(2), 351