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A new tool aims to tackle Australia’s ‘number one diet issue’ – Sydney Morning Herald

These foods are in our diet for enjoyment, for variety, for allowing us to socialise, Hendrie said. Cutting out can work for some people, but for other people it exacerbates cravings for that food.
That was the case for Ryan Roets, a Melbourne-based father of two who says he has tried many diets in the past without success.
I think as soon as you have abstinence you make that food precious, said Roets, whose favourite indulgences were peanuts, chips, lollies and an after work drink. When you make…

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