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Drink your coffee — it's good for you

from Los Angeles Times via The Seattle Times

With food as with fashion, tastes change. Today, bread cubes dipped in a cheddar-cheese fondue seem about as dated as bell bottoms. Nutritional advice changes too. Foods that were once touted as healthful can suddenly gain unsavory reputations, and vice versa. Sometimes, a single study — and the media reports that go with it — can make or break a food's reputation, says Dr. David Heber, chief of clinical nutrition at UCLA. On closer inspection, some foods with unhealthful reputations are ready for a little redemption. Here are some supposed dietary offenders that are more healthful than you might think. more


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