Yale study finds kids meals increasingly unhealthy
A Yale study finds fast-food restaurants are ramping up marketing toward younger audiences while predominantly failing to meet nutritional guidelines.
The new study found the average pre-schooler now sees 21 percent more fast-food advertisements than in 2003.
Of the approximately 3,000 available meal combinations, only 12 met nutritional guidelines for younger diners. The meals examined ranged from 285 calories all the way up to 840.
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