Just a Few Quick Visits to the Garden and Kitchen May Help Kids Eat Healthier

Just a Few Quick Visits to the Garden and Kitchen May Help Kids Eat Healthier

Endless are the tricks that adults use to get kids to eat vegetables. Derek Hersch has found a winning one in his Superhero Salad, which has the power to persuade kids to eat spinach.

Judging by a recent review of studies published in the Centers for Disease Controls’ Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and Policy, authored by Hersch, the #ThanksMichelleObama hashtag accompanying teens’ lousy photos of their healthy school-cafeteria lunches might never have taken off had someone just served those eaters one of his super-powered salads when they were still in kindergarten. The gist of the review? You gotta get ’em early.

December 12, 2014
By Sarah McColl

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