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How are sweets included in the DASH diet?

The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, which was actually formulated to help people with high blood pressure, has turned out to allow the dieter a broad range of healthy and tasty foods. It also allows for treats, meaning minimal deprivation. So in daily life and even during the holiday season, you can eat with reasonable gusto, while still maintaining your health and your weight. The DASH diet has also been credited with helping to reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, kidney disease and colon cancer, as well as helping to control blood sugar spikes.

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