Food and forethought

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“…But that wasn’t Kevin Carroll’s supermarket experience, at least not until recently. His habit was to go grocery shopping with his wife, Lisa, with nary a thought about nutritious choices. “I would grab what I thought tasted good. I wouldn’t look and see if it’s necessarily good for me. Fruits and vegetables were secondary to me. I didn’t care. I’d let my wife pick out what she wanted. Me? Maybe a little lettuce. I could go weeks without eating a vegetable and it wouldn’t bother me.”

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