When Lisa Tamura goes to the grocery store, she usually picks up a few frozen pizzas for the nights she doesn’t want to cook.
But on a recent Thursday afternoon at the Ralphs supermarket in Laguna Hills, California, she strolled right by the frozen food and headed straight to the fruits and vegetables.
That’s because she had some help from the ultimate personal shopper – a family doctor named Phil Cecchini.
“What do you like to eat?” he asked.
“Bad food,” she responded, laughing.