Although nutrition fads come and go, the notion that “fruits and vegetables are good for you” has always remained . . . until now. Of late, even this nutrition truism, preached to kids at most dinner tables, has been called into question. Many people are boasting good results after adopting low-carbohydrate, ketogenic, or even carnivore diets. In these cases, fruits and vegetables are often very limited—or excluded entirely. So was your mom wrong to force those greens
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