Washington: Using attractive names for healthy foods increases kid’s selection and consumption of these foods, a new study has found.Researchers Brian Wansink, David Just, Collin Payne, and Matthew Klinger of Cornell University conducted a couple of studies to explore whether a simple change such as using attractive names would influence kid’s consumption of vegetables.In the first study, plain old carrots were transformed into “X-ray Vision Carrots.” 147 students ranging from 8-11 years old from 5 ethnically and economically diverse schools participated in tasting the cool new foods. Lunchroom menus were the same except that carrots were added on three consecutive days. On the first and last days, carrots remained unnamed.
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