San Diego hospitals offer healthier foods to set good example

04/9/2014 | San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego hospitals are trying to be role models for healthier eating by making menu changes, such as switching to whole grains, eliminating fried foods and offering special pricing on more nutritious choices. Kaiser Permanente San Diego reduced the amount of meat it served while increasing servings of vegetables and whole grains, and Pomerado Hospital has seen double-digit percentage increases in sales since adding healthier foods to the menu.

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