Eating more foods with higher Food Compass scores lunked to better long-term health outcomes

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The idea that what we eat directly affects our health is ancient; Hippocrates recognized this as far back as 400 B.C. But, identifying healthier foods in the supermarket aisle and on restaurant menus is increasingly challenging.

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