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10 good luck foods for a new year

By: WomansDay .com on Jan. 13, 2011, 3:52 p.m.
kale and other greens

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From the coastal American South to Europe, people eat green leafy veggies — including kale, collards and cabbage — on New Year’s Day because of their color and appearance, which resembles paper cash. Belief has it, the more you eat, the more prosperous you’ll be (and healthier, too).