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  • 23. These dishes (next to a piece of garlic of average size) are for people who always talk about a diet but cannot start it.

    23. These dishes (next to a piece of garlic of average size) are for people who always talk about a diet but cannot start it.

    25+ Times People Received Stuff That Was Too Weird for Them to Handle

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  • Thanks to a diet, he lost 48 lb.

    Thanks to a diet, he lost 48 lb.

    24 Guys Who Made a Great Effort to Change Beyond Recognition

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  • Ketogenic diet results

    Ketogenic diet results

    24 Guys Who Made a Great Effort to Change Beyond Recognition

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  • 4. Adopt a low-sodium diet

    4. Adopt a low-sodium diet

    10 Foods to Avoid for the Flat Belly You’ve Always Dreamed of

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  • Being a firm non-believer in diets, she decided to start working out instead

    Being a firm non-believer in diets, she decided to start working out instead

    223 Lb Woman Reveals What 2 Years Of Fitness Does To Your Body, And Her Transformation Is Unbelievable

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  • Even if you don’t like to eat eggs on their own, chances are, eggs are still a major part of your diet. Unless you follow a vegan diet, you probably consume eggs every day in the form of baked goods and other products.

    Even if you don’t like to eat eggs on their own, chances are, eggs are still a major part of your diet. Unless you follow a vegan diet, you probably consume eggs every day in the form of baked goods and other products.

    How Chickens Are Treated On This Farm Will Make People Never Look At Eggs The Same Way Again

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  • 2. Corn: In the early 20th century, thousands of people who lived in the southern United States began developing skin lesions and mental disturbances. A doctor named Joseph Goldberger eventually determined that, because the poorer residents of the southern states were living on a diet that consisted almost entirely of corn, they were prone to a severe niacin deficiency known as “pellagra.”

    2. Corn: In the early 20th century, thousands of people who lived in the southern United States began developing skin lesions and mental disturbances. A doctor named Joseph Goldberger eventually determined that, because the poorer residents of the southern states were living on a diet that consisted almost entirely of corn, they were prone to a severe niacin deficiency known as “pellagra.”

    10 Times In History When Everyday Foods Caused Horrific Events

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  • 4. The abundance of sugar in the diet worsens memory and reduces the ability to learn.

    4. The abundance of sugar in the diet worsens memory and reduces the ability to learn.

    9 Amazing Examples of How We Influence Our Brains

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  • Manguts have curved claws that are designed to make climbing trees a total breeze! They love climbing trees and bushes when they’re on the hunt for berries and fruit, which they eat to supplement their diets.

    Manguts have curved claws that are designed to make climbing trees a total breeze! They love climbing trees and bushes when they’re on the hunt for berries and fruit, which they eat to supplement their diets.

    Strange Creature That Looks Like A Raccoon Is Actually Something So Much Better

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  •  While they will eat almost any plant that they come across, they are the most partial to a diet made up of new chutes and leaves. They are particular fond of fruits and veggies and can destroy an entire garden with their feasting!

    While they will eat almost any plant that they come across, they are the most partial to a diet made up of new chutes and leaves. They are particular fond of fruits and veggies and can destroy an entire garden with their feasting!

    Park Employees Replacing The Toilet Paper Get A Scare Opening The Dispenser

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