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Comparison of the nutrient content of different types of lunchtime meal, and their contribution towards the overall daily nutrient intakes of 11 14-year-old schoolchildren from two schools in Scotland

  • C. L. Norris (a1), H. I. M. Davidson (a1), R. Rush (a1) and M. E. Clapham (a1)
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1.Scottish Executive. Nutrition in Schools (2003) Scottish Nutrient Standards for School Lunches. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
2.Department of Health (2003) Report on Health and Social Subjects 41. Dietary Reference Values for Food Energy and Nutrients for the United Kingdom. Report of the Panel on Dietary Reference Values of the Comittee on Medical Aspects of Food Policy (12th impression). Report No. 41. Norwich: The Stationery Office.
3.Department of Health (2003). 5-a-day health benefits.
4.Cook, J, Altman, DG et al. (1975) School meals and the nutrition of schoolchildren. Br J Prev Soc Med 29, 182189.
5.Department of Health (1989) The Diets of British Schoolchildren. Committee on Medical Aspects of Food Policy, Sub-committee on Nutritional Surveillance, Report on Health and Social Subjects No. 36. London: HM Stationery Office.
6.Durnin, JVGA, Lonergan, ME et al. (1974) A cross-sectional nutritional and anthropometric study, with an interval of 7 years, on 611 young adolescent schoolchildren. Br J Nutr 32, 169179.

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