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Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Denise Mann, MS of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 50: Eating an apple a day—at least on the days you grocery shop—may encourage healthier choices. People who ate an apple before shopping bought 25 percent more fruits and vegetables than those who did not. 'Having a small healthy snack before shopping can put us in a healthier mindset and steer us towards making better food choices,' says Cornell researcher Aner Tal, PhD, in a news release. The findings appear in Psychology & Marketing.

Eat an apple a day

Eating an apple a day—at least on the days you grocery shop—may encourage healthier choices. People who ate an apple before shopping bought 25 percent more fruits and vegetables than those who did not. 'Having a small healthy snack before shopping can put us in a healthier mindset and steer us towards making better food choices,' says Cornell researcher Aner Tal, PhD, in a news release. The findings appear in Psychology & Marketing.

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