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Breakfast cereal (from a box) is the one food I have become suspicious of as a dietitian.
March is Nutrition Month, and this year Dietitians of Canada has chosen the theme, “Get the real deal on your meal.”
These days I feel a little shocked every time I get to the register at the grocery store.
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