Prevention cites UB research on using caffeine to enjoy vegetables more

Published April 25, 2013

An article in Prevention titled “5 Crazy Ways to Like Vegetables More” suggests serving vegetables with a cup of coffee, and reports that UB researchers found that when people paired a caffeine-containing beverage with a novel-tasting yogurt (like peppermint or cumin), they enjoyed the yogurt more with a caffeinated drink than when they paired it with a placebo drink because caffeine taps into the brain’s reward system and may help trick you into liking the vegetable.

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