The researchers also found a major influence on how much healthy food children ate: the cafeteria environment. Children were more likely to eat healthy foods when it was quieter in the cafeteria; when the food was cut up into smaller pieces like apple slices; when lunch periods were longer; and when teachers were eating lunch in the same cafeteria.
â€œWe saw a big jump in consumption if these factors were controlled, and they arenâ€™t expensive things to control for,â€ Gross said.
I am quite happy with my diet progress with Lose It! Itâ€™s been quite easy until last night when we ordered in some pizza from Papa Johnâ€™s. We got a couple of pizzaâ€™s, some breadsticks, some wings and I woke up 9 pounds heavier than I was yesterday morning. Tonight I am having a chefâ€™s salad.