"Plain old healthy diet" may be best, dietitian says

02/15/2012 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Diets often are specific and focus on one health issue, such as sodium or fat, but registered dietitian Suzanne Havala Hobbs of the University of North Carolina writes that a holistic approach may be better overall. She argues that one "plain old healthy diet" can help people deal with multiple health problems.

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