Chefs in School Kitchens Boost Healthy Eating
What is a good way to encourage students to eat healthier school meals? Change the food and put a chef in the school kitchen, say researchers from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). According to a new study, when cafeteria staff are trained by a chef in ways to create meals that are both nutritious and tasty, students eat more whole grains, vegetables, and other healthy foods.
Read more: nhttp://bit.ly/KIk7NK [ASPH Friday Letter, June 22, 2012]