Too much of a good thing: Sometimes eating healthy can become unhealthy
FARGO – It starts off as a seemingly healthy habit: eating more vegetables and avoiding foods with artificial colors, preservatives, unhealthy fats, sugars or added salt.
But what starts out as the desire to improve one’s diet can cross a line into a risky behavior with the potential for deadly consequences.
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