Guiding Stars Influences Perception of Healthy Food Choices at a 4-Year University.

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A recent study at the University of New Hampshire has show the value of Guiding Stars for university dining services. The research was conducted by Gale Carey, professor emeritus of nutrition; Rochelle L’Italien, dietitian with UNH Dining Services; and Morrell.According to the study, “over time, patrons perceive a benefit from point-of-purchase nutrition information such as Guiding Stars, particularly at an on-campus eatery with a variety of choices.” The research results are presented in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior in Guiding Stars Influences Perception of Healthy Food Choices at a 4-Year University.