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Spices might get teens to like vegetables
by Lisa Rapaport
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16 March 2018
On 16 March 2018 Reuters reported:
A dash of cumin or dill might help convince high school students to load up their plate with vegetables during lunchtime in the cafeteria, a small study suggests. Students liked broccoli, cauliflower, vegetable dip, and black beans mixed with corn better when recipes included a spice blend, the study found.
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'This is important because we really need to make sure we are focusing on improving the vegetables served in schools to make sure students take interest in eating them,' said lead study author Juliana Fritts of Pennsylvania State University in University Park.
'Vegetable intake is still SO low in adolescents and adults, and these are so important for health, so we really still need to be working harder at either making vegetables tastier or encouraging people to purchase and eat more vegetables,' Fritts said by email.
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