Instead of traditional party food options, such as burgers, pizza, and chip and dip, try adding chicken, guacamole and fruit salad for a healthier meal.
In a new study, researchers found that social norms can influence people's food choices.
Researchers tested preschool children and found that they can differentiate healthy foods from unhealthy ones.
Researchers found that when people saw healthy foods first on a buffet line, they were more likely going to eat the healthy options.
The USDA reported that some schools quit the National School Lunch Program due to the new guidelines.
Researchers found that people often miscalculated their risk factors and made high-risk decisions when they had too many options.