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Americans are getting a failing grade in nutrition literacy


Americans are getting a failing grade in nutrition literacy
Bangor Daily News

If I asked you, “Who do you trust?” you would probably name a friend or family member — unless the topic is nutrition. Odds are your nearest and dearest are not your most trusted sources for nutrition information, even though there's an excellent

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