London – If your children behave rudely and aggressively in dinner table, so it’s not your parenting skill problem, you can just blame the dining habits.
That interesting claim comes in a U.K. research.
The new Cornell University study claims if you want to calm your children then cut up their food.
According the study, when children had to bite foods with their front teeth – as opposed to eating food that had been cut, they were rowdier.
Researchers found the children were up to twice as aggressive when eating chicken on the bone.
The new Cornell University study was published in Eating Behaviors
It found that when 6-10 year old children ate foods they had to bite with their front teeth – such as drumsticks, whole apples, or corn on the cob – they were rowdier than when these foods had been cut.
The study found that children who ate chicken on the bone were more rowdy and aggressive to other children