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A new report from the University of Texas at Austin suggests that “feeding preschoolers smaller portions of the main dish at lunchtime means they'll eat more fruit and vegetables on the side and fewer total calories,” Reuters reports.

The study essentially says that kids are likely to finish off the main dish, no matter what size it is, and that parents can address obesity concerns by decreasing the size of those dishes and using fruits and vegetables as a replacement.
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