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Occasionally, I use the word “diet” on my blog, but I use the term loosely. How I eat is not really a diet, per se, which I associate with a temporary, usually flawed eating plan. The Grapefruit Diet or the Low-Fat Diet or No-Carb Diet, for example. Mostly, I write food policies for my meal plan, such as: avoid processed food, no trans fats or additives, limit sugars and only allow for natural sugars as a treat. But it’s not a diet, because diets don’t work. I’m making lifelong changes to the way I eat. Maybe you’ve seen this on Facebook via our Revolutionary Act page?

It’s the simplest explanation for how I eat:

I'm not on a diet. I'm eating healthy.

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