The New Year is here, and with it, the customary resolutions to lose weight and eat healthier. With low-carb dieting no longer in vogue, what's next? Americans' growing tendency to customize their diets works against the popularity of a single diet. Instead of choosing one regime over another, people are cherry picking and tailoring food plans to make them work for their individual needs. "Consumers are looking for their own thing, which means that any trend can get hot," said Mona Doyle, ...

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