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What are the benefits of switching to a healthy diet?

Laura Katleman-Prue
Nutrition & Dietetics
If you want to be healthy, start to make changes in your diet in a way that feels right for you. Remember, you're creating a lifestyle change, one that you'll keep for the rest of your days. Your reward for making this change is twofold:
  1. A healthy body that stays at a natural weight.
  2. Freedom -- you won't have to struggle and suffer over feeling out of control around food.
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