Study finds new way to get kids to eat vegetables
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A new study says offering rewards for eating vegetables may change your child's taste them.
Researchers in London found 3 and 4-year-olds who got a sticker each time they took a tiny taste of a vegetable eventually grew to like them.
A vegetable they once thought was "yucky" would move up to "just ok" or even "yummy" in a couple of weeks.
Researchers say verbal praise didn't work so well.
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