School-lunchroom makeover helps boost healthy eating among teens

02/24/2013 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

A slight change to school lunchrooms to make fruits and vegetables more appealing and accessible improved fruit and vegetable consumption among high-school students by 18% and 25%, respectively, a study in The Journal of Pediatrics showed. The findings were based on students in two high schools in New York state.

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