A veggie by any other name may actually get eaten, study finds

WCVB BostonPutting descriptive indulgent words in front of vegetables — such as “dynamite,” “rich,” ” sweet sizzlin’ ” and “tangy” — may help adults take and eat more of the food group, according to a study published this week. The study, published in the A veggie by any other name may actually get eaten ..

Sweet sizzlin’ beans! Fancy names may boost healthy dining

Seattle TimesFILE – This Jan. 20, 2017, file photo shows roasted carrot hummus with crudite and pita chips at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York. In an experiment at a Stanford University cafeteria, researchers got more diners to choose vegetables by Decadent-sounding descriptions could lead to higher consumption of vegetables, Stanford research finds ..

Sweet sizzlin’ beans! Fancy names may boost healthy dining

Washington PostCHICAGO — Researchers tried a big serving of food psychology and a dollop of trickery to get diners to eat their vegetables. And it worked. Veggies given names like “zesty ginger-turmeric sweet potatoes” proved to be more popular at a Stanford ..

A veggie by any other name may actually get eaten

WFMZ AllentownPutting descriptive indulgent words in front of vegetables — such as “dynamite,” “rich,” ” sweet sizzlin’ ” and “tangy” — may help adults take and eat more of the food group, according to a study published this week. The study, published in the The Simple Menu Innovations That Science Says Can Get People To Order Vegetarian Options ..

“Broccoli” versus “Sweet sizzlin’ broccoli”: Descriptive adjectives help vegetables get eaten, study shows

CNN(CNN) Labeling food with indulgent words may make people feel more satisfied when eating, says another study. Putting descriptive indulgent words in front of vegetables — such as “dynamite,” “rich,” ” sweet sizzlin’ ” and “tangy” — may help adults A veggie by any other name may actually get eaten ..

Study finds coconut oil may not be healthy

NEWS10 ABCWASHINGTON (CNN) – A new study found that coconut oil may not be healthy after all. The American Heart Association recently issued a report advising against its use. Coconut oil has become widely popular as a super food and is often used in lieu of Healthy Dietary Fats Help Beat High Cholesterol ..

Meditation and Yoga May Actually Change Our DNA, Study Finds

NBCNews.comMindfulness has become a trendy buzzword among the wellness community. Yoga studios and meditation centers continue to pop up as people seek refuge from being constantly on the go (and feeling the draining effects). But it turns out these practices are …Mindfulness and meditation dampen down inflammation genes ..

Study Finds No Value in Glucose Self-Monitoring for Diabetic Patients

The Indian ExpressIncorporating technology into self-management activities has been touted as potentially transformative for patients, yet one recent study found that diabetic patients who self-monitored their blood glucose levels at home did not control their Blood glucose testing offers little value to some Type 2 diabetes patients: study ..

Study finds e-cigarettes may be as harmful as smoking tobacco

UPI.comChemists developed a new device that quickly detects carcinogenic chemicals that cause DNA damage, and used it to detect them in e-cigarette vapors. By Amy Wallace | June 12, 2017 at 10:16 AM …How Sweden got nearly all of its citizens to stop smoking ..