Catchy vegetable names can convince kids to eat them, suggests a new study. Researchers at Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab observed that kids have an aversion of vegetables, but they can be convinced if you rename veggies with a catchy name.
The researchers examined study pattern of the 147 students ranging from 8-11 years old students at five ethnically and economically diverse schools. At the schools, vegetable food items were renamed to ‘X-Ray Vision Carrots’, ‘Power Punch Broccoli’, ’Tiny Tasty Tree Tops’ and ‘Silly Dilly Green Beans’ or ‘Food of the Day’.
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