Study ties food pairings to higher vegetable intake in children

02/6/2014 | Reuters

Children who were given Brussels sprouts with cream cheese during a conditioning period reported liking the vegetable and ate more of it than did those who were initially given plain sprouts, a study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics indicated. Researchers said the strategy may help improve children's eating habits.

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