Tuesday, September 14


That's the bottom-line advice given by nutrition experts, even when you analyze foods according to the Atkins-hyped glycemic index: "a healthy diet includes plenty of vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains and nuts, and relatively few sugary foods and drinks and refined starches." In other words, you don't need to be paying attention to the faddish restrictions of low-carb and other plans - "Just eat abundant quantities of fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts, and reduce your consumption of white bread, prepared breakfast cereals, white rice and potato products," said Dr. David S. Ludwig, director of the obesity program at Children's Hospital.

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