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7 ways to 'spring-clean' your diet


7 ways to 'spring-clean' your diet
The Seattle Times

Freshen up your diet by avoiding processed foods.These include chips, cookies, canned goods and prepackaged meats. Instead, choose healthier alternatives instead like fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts, popcorn, guacamole and low-fat cheese.

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