Washington: Children are more likely to try vegetables when they are offered with a dip flavoured with spices, a new study has revealed.The research conducted by Jennifer S. Savage, associate director of the Center for Childhood Obesity Research at Penn State, and his colleagues has found that children were three times more likely to refuse eating a vegetable alone than they were to eat the same vegetable when paired with a reduced-fat flavored dip.And the children were twice as likely to reject a vegetable with no dip than they were if given the same vegetable with plain dip.
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