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Americans may eat healthier during recession

January 19, 2009 |  6:31 am

RiceandbeansNutrition experts predict that most Americans may be slightly more concerned with the economy than, say, their antioxidant consumption in the months ahead.

If that's the case, the quest for a healthful and cost-conscious diet suggests Americans will be eating more meals cooked at home, upping their produce and whole-grain intake and eschewing sodium. "It's the back-to-basics bailout diet," says Shelley McGuire, professor of nutrition at Washington State University in Pullman.

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Photo: Thrifty-minded rice and beans. Photo credit: Larry Crowe / Associated Press

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