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Why you should quit using these 6 nutrition words


Why you should quit using these 6 nutrition words
The Seattle Times

It means diet — it means fad.” Clean eating should expand your food world, but clean eating teeters on the brink of orthorexia — an unhealthy obsession with eating healthfully — when it leads to strictly avoiding any food not deemed “pure

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