Schools turn to psychology to promote healthy eating

10/25/2010 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Changing the way foods are presented to young people can go a long way toward helping them make healthier choices, experts say. A taste test in Fairfax County, Va., found that youths responded enthusiastically to nacho cheese that was pureed with vegetables, including butternut squash and white beans. Other strategies include making healthier foods such as white milk easier to reach and using special lighting to make foods more visually attractive.

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