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ATHLETES: PERFECT FOOD FUELS SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE

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STUDYING ATHLETES PROVES THE POINT

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THESE CHAMPS KNOW HOW TO EAT

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ANIMAL SUGAR

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THE GIFT OF 100,000 NUTRIENTS

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GOOD THINGS COME IN PERFECT PACKAGES

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MANUFACTURED OILS: HOW TO TURN A GOOD PLANT BAD

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OILS MANUFACTURED FROM ANIMALS

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HOW YOUR ANCESTORS THRIVED

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WHY SHORTCHANGE YOURSELF?

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FOOLING YOUR OWN BODY: WHY?

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MINERALS COME FROM ROCKS

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THE STORY CONDENSED

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