Bite-Sized Food Makes for Better-Behaved Kids
Researchers have found that kids who eat chicken on the bone and other foods they have to hold and bite are more likely to be aggressive and poorly behaved.
If your children are overly aggressive and poorly behaved, it could be that you're letting them eat too much chicken on the bone.
Researchers at Cornell University have found that kids who eat chicken on the bone, or any other type of food they hold and bite, are more likely to be aggressive and disobedient.
They found that kids were more compliant and better-behaved when eating food that had been cut up for them. The children used in the study were between the ages of six and 10.