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If it seems to you that attitudes about diet have shifted over the past year, your suspicions are correct. According to the International Food Information Council Foundationís 2016 Food and Health Survey, which included 1,003 American adults, the food dialogue has gained momentum in the past year. A reported 31 percent of respondents changed their minds about dietary components. The media was a top influencer for our more negative view of refined grains, saturated fats, added sugars, and low-calorie sweeteners, and more positive view of whole grains, plant proteins, and natural sugars.
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