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    Hawaii Diet / Eat More, Weigh Less with Dr. Terry Shintani

    The concept of Dr. Shintani's Eat More Index is best exemplified by his inverted food pyramid. Foods at the bottom tip such as dairy, poultry, fish and meat have a very low EMI value and a high caloric density. Fruits and vegetables, on the other hand, have a high EMI value and a low caloric density; while whole grain foods found at the top of the pyramid have a moderate EMI value.
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