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In their defense, I would imagine that there isn't a lot left to be learned about diet. It has been studied to death for a century. LOL. A lot of new diets are just reworks of ones from the past.
-American consumers have no problem with carcinogens, but they will not purchase any product, including floor wax, that has fat in it. - Dave Barry
-My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four; unless there are three other people. - Orson Welles
-The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen
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Agreed that prevention is not what it had been. Maybe the editors are trying to appeal to a more diverse audience? Much of the information the print no longer seems cutting edge. That could just be me though.
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I think a lot of it has to be considered thru your own good judgement of what's healthy or not healthy.
Prevention is such a sellout these days--all this talk about cream and such raising cholesterol. Their idea of what's healthy has long since deviated from mine, since I sure don't aim at anything "low-fat". I do agree that the stuff they're talking about isn't healthy, though.
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