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Here is a healthy diet, boiled down into five simple rules.

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9 Comments

  1. This sounds great, but I just can’t eat that much. 😩 I’m never hungry. Guess I’ll just force feed and see what happens. Lol

  2. I’m curious why you chose calcium specifically to be on this list. Amidst so many other nutrients some would consider essential (granted they are hopefully coveted by following the other rules). It’s also one that I see as somewhat controversial, when you compare intakes and health outcomes across different populations.

    1. It’s the main one that is found in an extremely narrow range of foods. Following the other rules gives a very good insurance against deficiencies of most other nutrients.

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