People eat more greens when vegetables are given seductive names
Most guidelines recommend that we eat at least five portions of vegetables and fruit per day. A recent study in the U.K. shows that two-thirds of the population eat three or fewer portions.
So how can we stimulate people to eat more healthy food?
Well, give vegetables seductive names, says new research. Researchers found that veggie sales in university cafeteria went up by 25 percent when indulgent labels were used. Sizzlin beans, dynamite beets and twisted citrus-glazed carrots tempted diners to fill their plates. READ MORE