Using adjectives such as "zesty," "sizzling" and "crispy" when describing vegetables may increase consumption, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers compared trends for vegetables with basic names with descriptions that included health benefits and descriptions that students might see on a restaurant-style menu.
Restaurant-style names for veggies may boost consumption
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