Hiding Vegetables May Up Intake, Cut Calories

For adults who shy away from eating vegetables, a new study suggests that they can significantly increase their daily vegetable consumption and decrease calorie intake by drawing on a strategy often used for children: hide veggies in their food.

According to the study conducted by a team of researchers at Pennsylvania State University, adults consumed approximately two additional servings of vegetables and 350 fewer calories per day when a variety of puréed vegetables were secretly incorporated into meals, regardless of whether the person disliked the added vegetable.  Read More»

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