Would you put an eight-year-old on a diet? Should a 13-year-old feel ashamed of her body?
Most people would answering a resounding “no!” to these questions, but far too often the reality is “yes.” May 6 is International No Diet Day, a day to draw attention to the detrimental and even dangerous sides of dieting, a behaviour that can seem relatively harmless at first, but can ultimately have serious consequences.
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Is it time to give the Paleo diet its due? If a new study is to be believed, then it might be about time to stop snickering and start paying closer attention to a nutritional regimen that was once labelled the worst, according to U.S. News and World Report.
In the new…
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