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The Largest Study on Food-Induced Inflammation Just Revealed This Surprising Effect

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Cheyenne Buckingham of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 2 of 5: Berry says you can control unhealthy blood fat responses by choosing whole foods that are higher in fiber and lean protein; increasing your intake of healthy omega-3 fats from sources like fish, nuts, and seeds; and reducing your overall body fat.

1. Control unhealthy blood fat responses.

Berry says you can control unhealthy blood fat responses by choosing whole foods that are higher in fiber and lean protein; increasing your intake of healthy omega-3 fats from sources like fish, nuts, and seeds; and reducing your overall body fat.

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