Diabetes Prescription Program Targets Nutrition
"People probably wouldn't want to cook three different meals for those with families—so you can begin shaping and reshaping how people shop, as well as how people prepare foods," she says. "You have a positive impact not only on the individuals who have the need—because of a health problem—but even for those who are not currently struggling with that kind of a problem."
In other words, eating healthy could become a way of life.
Janice Simmons is a senior editor and Washington, DC, correspondent for HealthLeaders Media Online. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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