Study: Kids living near forests have more 'diverse' diets, better nutrition
from ABC News
Children who live near forests appear to have better nutrition, according to a large-scale study across four continents. No, they’re not eating pine cones and acorns. But they probably do have a more diverse diet, the study published in the journal Science Advances said, and that helps with overall nutrition. In their analysis, the authors found that the children living close to forest edges had 25 percent greater dietary diversity.
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