RD says nutritious foods can match taste preferences

08/25/2011 | MayoClinic.com

People who do not like the taste of vegetables or other healthy foods should focus on tastes they do like and find nutritious foods that fit the bill, according to Mayo Clinic registered dietitian Katherine Zeratsky. She says many people like a sweet taste, which brings vegetables such as sugar snap peas, red bell peppers, browned squash and corn into play, while those who like a dash of spice can choose from a variety of peppers.

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