Food illiteracy is a barrier to healthy eating

04/20/2010 | MayoClinic.com

Many people are food illiterate -- lacking the skills to make healthy choices or to be able to prepare healthy foods -- and modern conveniences from prepackaged meals to one-touch cooking appliances are contributing to the problem, Mayo Clinic nutritionist Jennifer Nelson writes. She offers a one-week challenge that entails no eating out, eating "real foods" and getting a cookbook.

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