Study: Cafeteria trays promote healthy choices

01/6/2014 | Science World Report

A recent study by Cornell University researchers found that using trays may promote healthier meal-time choices, such as selecting a salad as the main course. Researchers studied the habits of students at a university that alternated between using trays and not using trays. College students without trays were less likely to choose a salad and more likely to select a less-healthy choice.

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