Children capable of learning to control sweet cravings


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  • Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014

Cognitive training can give kids the tools to make better food choices, says study.

For children, the lure of cookies and fast food is distinctly more powerful than for adolescents and adults, although children’s cognitive wiring is well suited to train such cravings, according to researchers hailing principally from Columbia University.

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