Vol. 11, No. 3, 2005 Page 2


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"The results in the classrooms and playground have been noticed by all staff teaching the 200 children aged four to 11. 'Before the children were quite lively, they were quite a trial,' [school official Eileen Miller] says diplomatically. 'Then suddenly they are getting on in the afternoon and incidents of fighting have gone down.... We're giving them the best chance, because if they are cross or agitated they are not ready to absorb new ideas.'"

óMarch 18, 2005 article on the BBC website "Food for Thought," describing the results of a program that has replaced junk food with nutritious food in 30 British primary schools

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