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September 2000 Issue

Size Matters: Reining in Out-of-Control Portions

If you habitually shun high-fat foods or deny yourself carbohydrates in exchange for a slimmer body, but to no avail, then the problem may not be what you’re eating, but how much. According to a recent survey by the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), more than three out of four people believe that the type of food they eat is more important than the amount they eat when trying to maintain or lose weight. "People are eating more and

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