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Eat for Life by Catherine E. Woteki, Paul R. Thomas

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Eat for Life
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Publisher: National Academies
ISBN/ASIN: B003GZJUDY
Number of pages: 201

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Results from the National Research Council's (NRC) landmark study Diet and health are readily accessible to nonscientists in this friendly, easy-to-read guide. Readers will find the heart of the book in the first chapter: the Food and Nutrition Board's nine-point dietary plan to reduce the risk of diet-related chronic illness.

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