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Cut the calories by substituting 'fake junk food' into your diet

This diet means you can eat dessert and pasta while cutting down on calories. It's part of the latest trend that is more focused on substitution than restriction. SEE ALSO: Some genius patented this epic hot dog-hamburger hybrid Some call it 'fake junk food', but really it's just substituting fruits and veggies in yummy dishes like desserts. So if you're on a diet, you can still have some chocolate pudding -- just made with avocados instead.
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