Study: Considering food's healthiness might promote better choices

08/2/2011 |

Participants who were asked to consider the healthiness of a food item were more likely to opt for healthy food regardless of taste, a study found. The finding, published in The Journal of Neuroscience, suggests that being mindful of health before picking a food might promote healthy choices.

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