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Why this diet praised by Jennifer Aniston could work for you
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Why this diet praised by Jennifer Aniston could work for you

Atlanta Journal Constitution - August 24, 2017

The goal of the Alkaline Diet is avoiding disease and losing weight. The diet claims that you can do this by eating specific foods that make your body ...

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OPINION: Guilt tripping people to change their diet is harmful and unsuccessful
Red and Black, Georgia - April 11, 2018

Veganism requires much more than an omnivorous diet: many vegans pursue vegan-friendly restaurants or home-cooking with vigor because many traditional restaurants cannot provide for their restrictive diets. People have many reasons to eat the way they do, and many ...

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Add this common snack to your diet to help avoid heart attacks, study suggests
Atlanta Journal Constitution, Georgia - April 4, 2018

Looking for ways to improve your heart health? Munching on nuts and seeds could lower your cardiovascular disease risk, according to a new report. » RELATED: You may be able to better avoid heart attacks with this common snack, study says Researchers ...

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A diet I never thought I'd go on has changed the way I eat
Post Searchlight, Georgia - July 14, 2017

When I was home for Easter in April, my two oldest sisters slammed down a huge tome onto the kitchen table and began pouring over the pages.It was a diet book, some program called âWhole30â that was guaranteed to change the chemistry in your gut and cure all ...

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Hall school nutrition director going to Washington to oppose federal block grants for meals
Gainesville Times, Georgia - April 2, 2017

The person responsible for making sure thousands of Hall County students get a hearty breakfast and lunch each school day is joining peers from around the country in Washington, D.C., to lobby against paying for school meals with block grants. Block

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How Healthy Is Your Diet? A New Urine Test Can Answer the Question for You
Paste Magazine, Georgia - February 3, 2017

Study co-author Dr. Isabel Garcia-Perez said said that researchers âneed to develop the test further so we can monitor the diet based on a single urine sample, as well as increase the sensitivity. This will eventually provide a tool for personalized

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