Section Features
Food Pyramid Now Tailored to You; Lifestyle Changes; A Guide to Healthier Eating; Turn High-Fat Recipes Into Low-Fat Dishes; Take a Look at a Healthy Diet; Face Up to Five Food Fallacies; The Facts on Fat; Calculating Calories and Fat Grams; Cutting Calories and Fat When Eating Out;
  Fast Facts
Did You Know? A healthy diet that includes plenty of salads and cooked vegetables, but that limits meat and fatty foods, may not only help a person lose weight, but also reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes. That's the conclusion of a 2007 study in the American Journal of Epidemiology that followed the eating patterns of more than 35,000 people for four years.


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