Improving School Food Environments to Prevent Childhood Obesity: What Works?

The global prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity continues to rise. Obesity is often caused by poor diet, and many children live in obesogenic environments that encourage the consumption of energy-dense foods.

Schools can be a key setting in the fight against obesity. Most European children spend a significant amount of time at school and consume a large quantity of their daily calories there.

What were the overall findings of the study?

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