Fun and games help toddlers make healthy choices

December 2, 2014

By Kathleen Lees The last concern on children’s minds is eating healthy. Yet adding a little fun and games to the equation can make a dramatic difference when it comes to eating right. Recent findings published in the journal Appetite found that some fun fruit and vegetable games were enough to encourage toddlers to try […]

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Color-coded labels, healthier food

January 29, 2014

Using color-coded labels to mark healthier foods and then displaying them more prominently appears to have prompted customers to make more healthful long-term dining choices in their large hospital cafeteria, according to a report from Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). In the American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM), the MGH research team noted that the […]

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