Teens visit 'Change One Thing' truck in Clinton Hill to learn about healthy eating habits

Teenagers stopped by the "Change One Thing" truck in Clinton Hill Wednesday to get tips on how to make better eating choices. The truck, which

The truck encourages teens to change one bad

The truck encourages teens to change one bad eating habit at a time.

BROOKLYN - Teenagers stopped by the "Change One Thing" truck in Clinton Hill Wednesday to get tips on how to make better eating choices.

The truck, which is touring New York City this summer, encourages teens to change one bad eating habit at a time.

Teens handed out popcorn and raisins to their peers at the truck in an effort to show them that eating healthy is cool.

The program is also educating adolescents through the "Change One Thing Challenge," a game that provides examples of how to eat better.

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