Repetition Gets Kids To Eat Their Veggies

Repetition Gets Kids To Eat Their Veggies

Scientists in England recently tried repetition as a way to get kids to eat their veggies. They had 80 kids eat kale every day for two weeks. After that time the scientists found that the majority of the kids ate kale without much objection. A few of them still refused to eat it.  I must admit, if my mother had forced me to eat turnips when I was growing up, I would have probably left home. I still won’t eat it.  Do you think forcing kids to eat their veggies is a good idea?  What vegetables do you refuse to eat?

 

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