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The basis of a good diet

The impact of food on health is 80 percent and exercise 20 percent. While the composition of a healthy diet can vary, there are common factors.

Good health is associated with eating mostly plants. The emphasis is on whole, unprocessed foods and limiting refined carbohydrates, added sugars and processed foods.

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What you eat is more important than how you eat or how often you exercise.

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