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3 Responses to Nutrition

  1. Toni Smith

    I’m just curious about where you find really accurate info. I would like to drop 10 lbs, I’ve had success with low carb (Atkins)in the past, but I know it’s not super healthy. I’ve read so many articles explaining why grains, legumes, and dairy are bad -but then I hear the opposite. Is there a gold standard source of info?

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