TO EAT YOUR VEG­GIES: Keep read­ing this

First For Women - - Health -

When peo­ple reg­u­larly read help­ful, up­beat ar­ti­cles about health and nu­tri­tion—like you’re read­ing now—they eat 60% more veg­eta­bles ev­ery week with­out even try­ing, re­port South Dakota State Univer­sity re­searchers. Daniela Jakubow­icz, M.D., au­thor of The Big Break­fast Diet, ex­plains that read­ing pos­i­tive, health-fo­cused sto­ries stim­u­lates the pre­frontal cor­tex—a brain re­gion that revs self-con­trol and in­creases your drive to care for your­self.

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