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 ..

‘Seductive names’ make vegetables more appealing

BBC NewsHow do you get more people to eat their greens? Give vegetables seductive names, say US researchers. A team at Stanford tried it out on students in the university cafeteria and found veggie sales went up by 25% when indulgent labels were used. “Sizzlin Researchers find clever way to get people to eat more vegetables ..

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 ..

It’s impossible to be ‘fat but fit’, study of 3.5M people finds

Fox NewsIf you’re overweight but seemingly healthy otherwise, consider trying to still lose weight, as new research suggests you’re likely still at risk of life-threatening ailments like heart attack and stroke. For the research, presented at the European ..