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These could include a wellness center, a health food store, a grocery store that sells wholesome products, a vitamin store, your local gym, your doctor's office, or any other place that offers nutritional advice. Explain why you think they may or may not be giving accurate nutritional advice. It may help if they have some information you can take with you so you can review it at home. You can use the web-based resources listed in this section to help you with your evaluations.

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    Did you use the web-based resources?

    Did you visit any of these places? Did they have pamphlets or other information you could take?

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