10 foods to eat & 1 to avoid in 2019


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Once upon a time, Hippocrates (430–427 B.C.E.) urged the people of Athens to “Let food be thy medicine ...” and each year since then sees a new and improved list of magical medical dishes. Bonnie Taub-Dix, author of “Read It Before You Eat It,” a guide to food labels, says “plant-based eating” is a really hot trend right now, so it's no surprise that most very good foods for 2019 are fruits and veggies. But look closely: One fish has made the grade.







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