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10 August 2010

Food labels = healthier choices

People who read food labels have healthier diets than those who don't pay attention to such information, a new study shows.

People who read food labels have healthier diets than those who don't pay attention to such information, a new study shows.

"If the food label is to have a greater public health impact, rates of use will likely need to be increased among adults," commented study author Nicholas J. Ollberding, a professor in the Department of Health and Behaviour Studies, Teachers College, at Columbia University.

 
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