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When it comes to healthy dietary recommendations, there’s a lot of conflicting information from the world of medical science. To complicate matters, there are about a zillion books, documentaries, and news reports that attempt to provide us with nutritional “advice.”
Despite a plethora of differing opinions from the “experts,” there is an issue on which they agree: Our country has an alarming obesity problem. About 1 in every 4 health care dollars are spent combating the resulting side effects of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
Physical activity is a big part of the solution. Regular exercise is good medicine, both as prevention and treatment.
Diet and nutrition are the complement to exercise. Here’s some sound nutritional advice for the masses (and about as close to a consensus as the experts get):
- Eating fat doesn’t make you fat. The importance of reducing fat intake is a…
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