Giving low-income people in Georgia “prescriptions” for fruits and vegetables not only helped them incorporate more healthy foods into their menus but it also... Healthy eating promoted by Augusta area program

Giving low-income people in Georgia “prescriptions” for fruits and vegetables not only helped them incorporate more healthy foods into their menus but it also helped improve their health, a recent study found. Many of those folks found their medicine at the Veggie Park Farmers Market in Augusta.

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