Kids agree a healthy diet, full of bread, cereal and other grains is good for you. That's the good news. The bad news is that the majority of them think that foods that are healthy don't taste good, according to a study conducted by the Gallup Organization, Princeton, N.J. The poll of 400 children ages nine to 15 was conducted by Gallup for the American Dietetic Association, Chicago, and the International Food Information Council, Washington, along with the President's Council on Physical ...

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