The Takeaway Diet of 2006

It's time to start thinking about New Year's resolutions--and cleaning out the fridge. In 2006 researchers bombarded us with studies telling us what to eat and drink as well as what to avoid. Here is some of that advice:

Start by chucking the trans fat (and foods containing hydrogenated oils) and cutting down on cola, which scientists said not only contributes to obesity but also weakens bones and might increase women's risk of osteoporosis. You can replace the soda with fruit and vegetable juices (at least three servings a week provides antioxidants and polyphenols--such as those in the much hyped pomegranate--which...

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