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Size matters when convincing your brain to eat healthier foods

Playing with the portions of good and not-so-good-for-you foods is better than trying to eliminate bad foods, according to a study. The idea is to not give up entirely foods that provide pleasure but aren?t nutritious. Instead, the focus should be on lowering the portion of the ?vice? foods and correspondingly raising the portion of a healthy food to replace it, researchers report.
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