Washington: Superheroes such as Batman can prompt children to develop their own healthy eating habits, a recent Cornell University study has found.This study reminds us of Popeye the Sailor, who inspired a generation of growing Baby Boomers to eat its spinach.“Fast food patronage is a frequent reality for many children and their parents. Simply instructing a parent to order healthier food for a child is neither empowering for a child nor easy for a parent,” said Brian Wansink, Cornell professor of marketing, director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab and study co-author.“Advising parents to ask their child, `What would Batman eat?` might be a realistic step to take in what could be a healthier fast-food world,” Wansink stated.
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