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The I-Diet, a plan for healthy eating and permanent weight loss based on nutrition research from Tufts University, is starting an Arlington group beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22 and running through April 2.

The 10-week program focuses on the scientific methods of healthy eating described in Dr. Susan Roberts' book The I-Diet by Workman Publishing (2008).  Dr. Roberts, a professor of nutrition and psychiatry at Tufts, has appeared on "The Today Show," "ABC News," NPR and CNN to speak about the benefits of this science-based plan that has helped scores of people lose weight healthily, happily and permanently. 

Cost of the 10-week program is $399, and some insurance might cover the cost or a portion of the cost. Please check with your provider.
Contact Lara at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1-866-604-7662 to register for the 10-week course.

Meetings are Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. at the Jefferson Cutter House.

Go to the rear entrance of the art gallery.  Parking is available in the Arlington municipal lot behind the Cutter House and on Mass. Ave. near Mystic and Pleasant streets. 

Weekly meetings are facilitated by Arlington resident Heather Hewitt.

 

 

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