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be a struggle especially when it comes to broccoli Brussels sprouts and bitter greens But simply adding a small sprinkle of sugar boosts their appeal to children—and increases how much they actually eat at school—according to preliminary findings presented here today at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (which publishes ScienceNOW) "A major question is how to get people to eat more fruits and vegetables" comments Paul Breslin of Rutgers University in New Brunswick New Jersey "Any research efforts that accomplish that are to be praised" There have been a lot of efforts to get kids to eat healthier lunches at school but they haven’t had a huge amount of success The first meta-analysis published last year looked at 27 programs—such as teaching the importance of eating well—and found only minimal increases in consumption of vegetables (Fruit fared better as you might expect) Better flavor is the missing ingredient says Valerie Duffy a dietician and researcher at the University of Connecticut Storrs because kids have more sensitive palates than adults do "We need to pay more attention to taste and improving preferences for vegetables" so that kids will develop a long-term affinity for vegetables she said during her presentation Bitterness can be minimized in several ways Even a small amount of sugar spooned into a cup of coffee for example will send a strong signal to the brain Salt blocks the sensation in the mouth as does acidity Fat coats the taste buds and prevents the offending molecules from reaching them; that’s one reason salad dressings are popular around the world Duffy and several colleagues conducted a laboratory study of some of these approaches in 37 adults When the volunteers munched on asparagus Brussels sprouts and kale sweetness was most effective at increasing the appeal of the vegetables And only sugar was able to change the opinion of people who hadn’t liked Brussels sprouts or kale Duffy told the audience The findings are described in detail in the December 2012 issue of Chemosensory Perception Duffy is also investigating the impact of adding sweeteners to broccoli spinach or collard greens served to preschoolers In this study funded by the American Diabetes Association researchers offered kids two servings of the same vegetable In a double-blinded experiment they lightly misted one serving with plain water and the other with a dilute solution of aspartame Two out of three kids preferred the vegetables that had been sweetened When the team served some kids the lightly sweetened vegetables for a month they ate slightly more vegetables One reason that consumption might not have been higher given the increased appeal is the other food on the plates Duffy said It could be that the kids filled up on pizza or chicken nuggets before turning to the veggies The sweetener itself shouldn’t be a concern to parents Duffy said All that’s needed is a fraction of a teaspoon just enough to balance the bitterness In addition after the kids have eaten the sweetened vegetables a few times sugar can be eliminated and they will continue liking the vegetables according to studies published by other researchers Still it may be a challenge to implement this approach notes Adam Drewnowski of the University of Washington Seattle The findings "put sensory science in direct conflict with public health initiatives aimed at removing salt sugar and fat from school meals" he writes to ScienceNOW in an e-mail "leaving the kids with nothing but the bitter taste of steamed cabbage" Paris: Arsenal booked a place in the Europa League knockout stage and extended their unbeaten run to 15 matches despite a 0-0 draw with Sporting Lisbon on Thursday while Olivier Giroud’s first goal of the season sent Chelsea through Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shoots at goal from a free-kick Reuters But Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck given a rare start just hours after being named in Gareth Southgate’s England squad had to be stretchered down the tunnel with what looked a nasty ankle injury in the first half Arsenal midfielders Matteo Guendouzi and Aaron Ramsey were both visibly upset after Welbeck who is out of contract at the end of the campaign went down after jumping to win a header "It is mentally challenging (playing after a teammate is injured) but sometimes it comes with the game and Danny has had a lot of injuries" winger Alex Iwobi told BT Sport "We wish him the best and will keep on encouraging and motivating him to get back" Unai Emery’s Gunners were the better side for long periods at the Emirates against a team who have already had three different managers this term but were forced to settle for a point despite Sporting being reduced to 10 men late on when former Barcelona centre-back Jeremy Mathieu was sent off But Arsenal did secure a last-32 spot regardless as Vorskla Poltava lost 1-0 at home to Azeri outfit Qarabag in the other Group E game Giroud ends drought Chelsea made it four wins from four matches in Group L by edging out a spirited BATE Borisov 1-0 in Belarus Giroud ended his 11-game goal drought this season by giving Chelsea a 53rd-minute lead and the Premier League giants held on despite BATE striking the woodwork three times in the match "I was hoping to score soon because I came back late from the World Cup and I was lacking maybe a bit of efficiency and luck but you always need to keep working hard and keep the faith and that’s what happened tonight" France striker Giroud told BT Sport The Londoners moved six points clear of Hungarians Vidi at the top of the group and have not tasted defeat in 17 matches since losing the Community Shield to Manchester City in August Gerrard finally beaten in Europe Steven Gerrard’s Rangers saw their 11-game unbeaten run in this year’s Europa League come to a dramatic end as they threw away the lead three times in a 4-3 defeat at Spartak Moscow Both sides were the beneficiaries of comical own goals in a crazy first half which ended with Glenn Middleton putting the Scots 3-2 ahead but Luiz Adriano and Sofiane Hanni both scored in the space of 71 seconds to snatch Spartak victory Rangers are now level on points with Spartak in an incredibly tight Group G one point behind leaders Villarreal after the Spaniards’ goalless draw with Rapid Vienna in Austria "For me football is about levels and if you don’t defend properly and you don’t do the basics well enough high-level players and high-level teams normally punish you and that was the case tonight" Gerrard told the Rangers website Reigning Scottish champions Celtic gave themselves a lifeline in Group B as Odsonne Edouard’s 79th-minute strike saw them beat RB Leipzig 2-1 in their must-win clash at Parkhead Salzburg semi-finalists last season qualified for the next round with a 5-2 thrashing of Rosenborg in the group’s other match as Japanese forward Takumi Minamino scored a hat-trick Elsewhere Eintracht Frankfurt reached the last 32 with their 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