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The era of meticulous calorie counting is over. And good riddance, because the conventional “calories in/calories out” model ignores one key factor: the quality of your food. Instead of counting calories, consider a 2017 New Zealand study suggesting that a diet centered on consuming whole foods like vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and fruits freely until you’re satisfied can lead to sustainable weight loss. To break, out now. Do that and you’ll cut the junk, net more disease-fighting antioxidants, and drop the pounds you’ve wanted to lose for years. Part 1 shows you how. Part 2 tells you why.

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