That’s the amount of cash that healthier eating habits among adults could save the United States in annual healthcare costs associated with heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and other illnesses, according to a PLOS Medicine study. This works out to about $300 per person a year. That could buy a lot of kale!
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