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Experts Urge Evaluation Of Diet At Routine Check-Ups

“Dietary patterns and quality are not sufficiently prioritised when addressing modifiable risk factors during regular health care office visits. Given the evidence that diet contributes to disease and mortality, it is a risk factor worth screening for continuously,” says Maya Vadiveloo, Ph.D.,

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