One issue we’ve heard from folks about USDA’s MyPlate is that it can be expensive to implement. While that can be true, cost doesn’t have to be a stopper. According to research by Jonathan L. Blitstein, a research psychologist at Research Triangle Park International, cost is not necessarily a definitive factor in choosing fruit and vegetables. Shopping habits, however, so evidentially play a major role… In addition, participants who made six shopping trips per month ate more fruit and vegetables than those who shopped an average of once a week, the study said. The study also found the study participants...
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