Study: School salad bars boost students' veggie intake

12/24/2007 | Forbes

Students eat significantly more fruit and vegetables when school cafeterias simply add a salad bar, according to a University of California, Los Angeles, study of 337 elementary students. Students also consumed far less in the way of cholesterol, saturated fat and total fat when salad bars were available.

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