News Update: According to a study by the IMIM, increasing the money spent on food is linked to a healthier weight and decreased risk for heart disease and diabetes.
After they followed over 2,000 people for nearly a decade, evidence showed that an increase in money spent correlated to an increase in spending on the right kinds of food.
So go ahead, don't feel bad about spending five bucks on spinach! You will see the results if you stick to it.
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