|Little kids love them both.|
But--then they did a study. Ohio State researchers checked some low-income neighborhoods in Columbus and found that preschoolers who ate fruits and veggies and drank milk many times a day were just as likely to eat foods high in sugar and salt as those who rarely ate healthy foods.
A larger, national study is underway. But based on this, the scientists said it was probably not enough to have a farmer's market and healthy choices available--and that the emphasis should be on pointing out the bad side of the unhealthy choices.
In other words, good does not automatically replace bad.
Carrot sticks, a salad, fries with cheese, a burger, a glass of milk, a soda...it was all in the mix.