Study suggests putting healthy foods at start of buffet line

11/22/2013 | HealthDay News

A study in PLOS One found putting healthy foods at the beginning of a buffet may make it more likely people will choose them and less likely they will load up on higher-calorie foods sitting farther down the table. Cornell University behavioral economist Brian Wansink said the first three foods a person saw on a buffet table made up 66% of what was on their plate.

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