Colorful Plates for Picky Eaters


Parents trying to entice fussy eaters to sample more nutritionally diverse diets have a surprising strategy at hand: color. 

A study at Cornell University, in Ithaca, New York, has shown that colorful fare—specifically, food plates with seven different items and six colors—appear to be particularly favored by children. In contrast, adults tend to prefer fewer colors on one plate—only three items and three hues. Source: Acta Paediatrica

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