Study finds persistance key in getting kids to eat healthy

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December 5, 2007

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p. A recent study conducted by College researcher and psychology professor Catherine A. Forestell revealed that infants were more likely to eat vegetables at a younger age if the vegetables were repeatedly presented.

p. The research stated that the more green beans babies as young as four months were given, the more open the infants became to eating them.

p. Nutritionists recommend that adults eat five to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables daily, as they can decrease the risk of obesity and disease.

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