by Anna Maltby
Romulo YanesYou might have seen studies in the past about how putting healthy food at eye level and clearly labeling it as healthy (and putting unhealthy food out of reach and labeling it as such) can help people make smarter food choices, but most of those studies were done only over a short period of time. Well, a study out today in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that those smart rearrangements have serious staying power.
A team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital "took over" the hospital's cafeteria for two years, labeling all items as either green (low in calories and saturated fat; contained one or more healthy ingredients), red (high in calories and saturated fat; contained little or no healthy ingredients) or yellow (neither healthy nor unhealthy), and rearranged food and beverage displays so that green items were easier to grab -- and were at eye-level.
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