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MyHealthNewsDaily.com reports on a new study from Auburn University suggesting that “people who snacked more frequently had higher amounts of fruit, whole grains and milk in their diets, and had lower levels of sodium ... the study showed that the more a person snacked, the more likely he or she was to eat both healthy snacks and healthy meals.”

However, the study also concluded that “frequent snackers fell short of eating enough vegetables, and the overall healthiness of the study participants' diets left a lot of room for improvement.”
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