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Bust that diet

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Eat poorly, get fat and diet at home. Great idea. Yes, we need fats, but we need them in very small amounts. The recipes they are pushing would pretty much not fit in anyone's healthy diet unless you at it in tablespoon sized portions.

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what we need
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If you don't buy it, you don't eat it.

I was not recommending the recipes, actually just the opposite. However, I found the links amusing in a way. I doubted that anyone addicted to fast foods would have the urge to actually make them for themselves.

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When you think about it

Food is an addition for at least a third of Americans, so it doesn't shock me at all.

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