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  • Which are the simple grocery shopping rules?

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    Shop the perimeter of the grocery store, where fresh foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, and fish are usually located. Avoid the center aisles where junk foods lurk.Choose "real" foods, such as 100% fruit juice or 100% whole-grain items with as little processing and as few additives as possible. If you want more salt or
  • What are the necessary grocery you should pick up while going grocery shopping?

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    a) Vegetable and fruit aisleBananasOrangesSpinach and green leafy vegetablesOnionsBroccoliTomatoesApplesBerriesSweet potatoesRed grapesColeslaw mixBaby carrotsb) Snack isleDark chocolateBaked tortilla chips
  • What will it take to get more consumers on board with online grocery shopping?

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    Online shopping offers convenience. Customers, no doubt, will use the service of online grocrey shopping, and then they will surely get hooked to it. . It all ties back to the fact that consumers today are so time-starved and they’re highly, highly connected. There are very few people today who don’t have some type of connection to the
  • Name a few tips while shopping for vegetables and fruits?

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    Be sure to buy and eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.When fresh foods aren't available, choose frozen or canned vegetables and fruits in water without added sugars, saturated and trans fat, or salt.Buy more fruits and vegetables that are good sources of fiber, including beans, peas, oranges, bananas, strawber
  • What is the best source of nutrients for a busy woman -- food or vitamin supplements?

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    The best sources of any nutrients are fresh, whole foods, particularly fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains. Studies are mixed as to the benefits and possible risks of taking a multivitamin supplement. Talk to your doctor before taking any supplements.
  • Is it true that the food you eat will provide all vitamins and minerals?

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    There is insufficient evidence to recommend or not recommend the use of multivitamin/mineral supplements for the prevention of chronic diseases for healthy Americans. Aim to get all the vitamins and minerals you need by eating nutrient-dense forms of foods, while balancing calorie intake with energy expenditure. Nutrient-dense foods contain essenti