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Your Diet Is Becoming Radicalized

Immoderate approaches to eating — fueled by social media and misleading nutrition research — can put your brain and body at risk

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Every year, U.S. News & World Report assembles a panel of doctors, dietitians, and other nutrition experts and asks them to rank the best overall…




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Markham Heid

Markham Heid

I write about health, science, and psychology. My work has appeared in Time magazine, the New York Times, Vice, and elsewhere. I live in Germany.

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