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How Your Diet Can Affect Your Health
Written by Alex Wiederspiel
Last updated on September 01, 2013 @ 7:30PM
Created on September 01, 2013 @ 6:46PM

Before you decide to take a look in your medicine cabinet or get a doctor's prescription for certain health problems, you may want to consider what you're eating.

According to CNN, some minor health problems can be solved by the right diet.

The report says what you eat and when you eat are equally important.

"I started eating a lot more raw vegetables, a lot more fruit, less of red meat, less of processed stuff, and it's taken a little while, but I've noticed over the past six or seven months I have had a lot more energy and a lot better attitude about things," Alec Berry told 5 News.

One thing the report said is people who have emotional mood swings can have a more even mood by eating breakfast when they first wake up.

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