Restrictive diets can lead to unhealthy eating, RD says

10/9/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Restrictive diets can be a front for unhealthy eating patterns that lead to nutrition deficiencies, sometimes by relying on highly processed and empty-calorie foods, registered dietitian Tamara Duker Freuman writes. A "plant-based" diet is not going to be healthy if it only includes foods such as macaroni and cheese, fries or juice, Freuman writes, and some people develop orthorexia, adopting a restricted diet just to show others they want to be healthy.

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