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The research conducted in the study examines children’s preference for foods based on taste. A significant finding in the study is that children’s reliance on fast food is very high. This is a result of the amount of sodium present in their favorite foods. At a young age children are exposed to high levels of sodium which come from fast food. Because they are accustom to the taste of high levels, it is hard for them to be satisfied with a low sodium
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Unformatted text preview: content meal. This article can help McDonalds evaluate the need to reduce sodium levels in all parts of their menu. If this can be accomplished then McDonalds should advertise the findings of this study and the corrective actions they made. This will help health conscientious parents be comfortable with feeding their children fast food when they are on the go....
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