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He was a triathlete and a competitive runner. She was an Ironman contestant and a bike racer. Adhering to conventional wisdom, they believed that a vegetarian diet was the “clean” way to live, both physically and spiritually. And as high-functioning athletes, they carb-loaded with the best of them while consuming minimal fats.

Despite their rigorous regimen, Taylor

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