Teenagers more likely to eat healthily if they think it is rebellious | Life and style | The Guardian

If you want the teenager in your life to eat healthily, telling them it will be good for them in the long term is simply not going to work.

But appealing to their rebelliousness and sense of social justice could make them take notice of their diet, according to a US study that may offer a new approach to tackling obesity and other health problems in the young.

via Teenagers more likely to eat healthily if they think it is rebellious | Life and style | The Guardian

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