Children eat more healthy food when unaware of benefits

07/22/2014 | Science World Report

Children may be more likely to eat fruits and vegetables if they are unaware of the health benefits of the foods, according to a recent study. The findings, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, suggest that healthy foods should be marketed to children without highlighting that they are healthy.

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