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Instead of trying to talk to you kids about things like "antioxidants" or "vitamin A," he suggests labeling foods in containers with names like "smart berries" and "bionic vision" in order to get them more excited about healthy eating.
In fact, a study at Cornell University found if you give fruits and veggies fun and cool names that is has a lasting effect on kids feeling enthusiastic about them.
The Doctors also suggest picking fruits and vegetables that are colorful and create a rainbow on the plates, which may also help kids eat more healthy fruits and vegetables.