Why moderation matters

Understanding your individual nutritional needs can lead to a well-balanced diet that isn't restrictive. Moderately restrictive diets remove the temptation to splurge, as no food item is wholly forbidden, thus increasing the likelihood for success, chef Ken Gordon writes. "The most important reason I've turned my health around is I've managed to bridge the gap between what I'm supposed to eat and what I want so I can enjoy what I'm eating."

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