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Eat More Raw and Whole Foods
Eating healthy doesn't only mean cutting back on fat and reducing the amount of sugar you eat, Dr. Cutler says. It's also important to eat more wholesome, nonprocessed and nonheated foods. "Eat maybe 50 percent, at a minimum, raw food," he says. "Raw foods are high in water content, high in fiber and high in micronutrients."
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