Journal of Food and Nutritional DisordersISSN: 2324-9323

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Optimal Defaults in the Prevention of Pediatric Obesity: From Platform to Practice

Optimal Defaults in the Prevention of Pediatric Obesity: From Platform to Practice

The term “optimal defaults” refers to imparting pre-selected choices which are designed to produce a desired behavior change. The concept is attractive to policymakers because it steers people toward desirable behaviors while preserving free choice through the ability to opt out. It has been found to be a powerful behavioral determinant in areas such as pension plan enrollment, organ donation, and green energy utilization.

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