Parents who tell children to finish everything on their plates are fuelling obesity

Parents who tell children to finish everything on their plates are 'fuelling obesity' Parents still encourage children to finish all their food, even though portion sizes have increased Means children can no longer tell when they are fullFathers are more likely to insist on clean plates than mothers and are more likely to pressurise sons By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 16:47 GMT, 23 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:52 GMT, 23 April 2013 Parents are still encouraging children to finish their food even though portions have got bigger Parents have long encouraged children to finish everything on their plates, not least because of guilt about wasting food.

Paul Cadden: The hyperrealist artist recreating photographs with pencil

No, they”re not photographs! The astonishing pictures drawn by PENCILArtist”s drawings take between three and six weeks to create and sell for up to 5,000 each
The hyperrealist art is taken from a photograph but is produced in a non-photographic medium