‘Beans’ or ‘Sizzlin’ Beans:’ Words Get People Eating Healthier

A study has found that simple changes to a cafeteria’s veggie descriptions caused a big change in choices.

When is a carrot not just a carrot? When it’s a “twisted citrus-glazed carrot.”

New research shows that when vegetables are described in new and exciting ways, diners tend to choose these healthy foods more often.

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