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Health Experts Offer Tips for Grocery Shopping

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Health Experts Offer Tips for Grocery Shopping

Health Experts Offer Tips for Grocery Shopping

Health Experts Offer Tips for Grocery Shopping

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Americans tend to eat for pleasure, out of boredom, and often times on the go. Nutritionists say for those interested in a healthy diet, there's one good way to take charge: In order to eat well, you have to shop well. Nutritionists offer tips for trips to the grocery store.

Boosting Fruit & Veggie Intake

Registered dietician Tracy Fox, president of Food, Nutrition & Policy Consultants, LLC, says the following Web sites have good tips for adding more fruits and vegetables into your diet: