This study observes the type of food the children of parents with less education levels eat (News Medical, 2013).
The study will involve children between the ages of two and nine (News Medical, 2013). They will be selected from several countries namely Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain and Sweden.
Different kinds of foods offered to children by different parents need to be explored. Furthermore, the notion that parents that have had more education feed their children better quality foods is studied. (News Medical, 2013) cites fruits, vegetables, whole meal bread, fish, eggs and poultry to be among the foods that are considered healthy.
News Medical (2013, March 28). Educated Parents Promote Healthy Eating Habits, Prevent Childhood Obesity. Retrieved from