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How can eating a healthy diet affect physical appearance?

Joel H. Fuhrman, MD
Family Medicine
If you follow high-nutrient, lower-calorie diet, you will see remarkable physical changes that are the harbingers of the increasing health your body is experiencing. Depending on your current age and state of health, you will witness a transformation as the pounds melt away and your biological clock is literally turned back. You will be able to physically see that a high-nutrient, lower-calorie diet actively restores and preserves health and a youthful appearance, while a diet low in nutrients and full of empty calories accelerates aging.
Eat for Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 Volume Set)

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