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Go figure: A healthy eating approach helps people be healthy

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March 16, 2020

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Albertina Geller
March 20, 2020

I also follow the Mediterranean diet, and it helped me in reducing the inflammation. In my diet, I eat lots of vegetables, fruits, nuts, and healthy fat like olive oil and Avocado oil.

Dro
March 17, 2020

In February 2014 I weighed 248 pounds today I weigh around 200 pounds the only things that I did were to eliminate all snacks except seeds nuts and fruits and concentrate on fruits and vegetables and whole grains with small amounts of lean meats and reduction in alcohol consumption and reduction in processed foods also little or no fast food

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