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Buck Benson invites nutrition professor Mark Haub to the Roadhouse on WTIP North Shore Community Radio.
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When you think of dieting, do snack cakes and Pop Tarts come to mind? Probably not. But nutrition professor Mark Haub of Kansas State University has been on a junk food diet since Aug. 25 to challenge conventional thinking about weight loss and dieting. You might be surprised at his results. Buck Benson, with WTIP North Shore Community Radio, talks with him in this feature.OUTRO:
That was Buck Benson from WTIP North Shore Community Radio, online at wtip.org. Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.