Participants in school-based gardening and food programs found to benefit from lasting impacts on dietary behaviors

To encourage fruit and vegetable consumption among youth, experiential food education programs such as gardening and cooking lessons have increased across both community and school settings. A recent research article in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior revealed how this early learning positively influenced food decisions as children grew older.

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