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Do Your Grocery Shopping With a Cart Instead of a Basket: You'll Make Healthier Choices

Image: Polycart via flickr That's right, according to a recent study, if you stroll the aisles of a supermarket with a shopping cart instead of a basket, you're likely to make healthier choices. Published in the Journal of Marketing Research, the study found that basket carriers were more than three times as likely to choose unhealthy items over healthy items than their cart-pushing counterparts.
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