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Every story published on Prevention.com that offers advice impacting your well-being is backed up by the Prevention Medical Review Board, which is made up of board-certified experts from a wide range of medical fields—from weight loss to heart health to dermatology—who review and ensure that our articles meet the highest standards of accuracy, integrity, and excellence. Our review process requires that each article cites relevant scientific studies and experts, covers all points relating to the article’s topic, and contains accurate, up-to-date information.
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Wendy Bazilian, Dr.PH, RD; Isabel Smith, RD; Tanya Zuckerbrot, RD; Keri Gans, RD; Bonnie Taub-Dix, RDN; Karen Ansel, RD; Joy Bauer, RDN; David L. Katz, MD
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