Experiment has shown that Children have better diet when they grow their own food

A new research has shown that Children are more likely to develop a food empathy and have better diets when they grow their own food.

Michael Kelly has been part of a national schools’ growing campaign which makes school students sow and grow cups in a class room exercise. The children can also take home their plant as it is in a cup. This year, around 250,000 children from UK and Ireland took part in the research and it has shown that they developed better diets.

Children who were part of the project were also open to trying new and healthy food in their homes.

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