A few extra pounds were the last things I expected to bring home from a weekend of rest and rejuvenation at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, N.Y., a new New Age kind of place where the food was promoted as natural and vegetarian.I admit to having some less-than-favorable, preconceived ideas about healthful food. After all, I was around in the 1970s, and the acid I saw being consumed wasn’t in the form of a flavorful vinaigrette. And, frankly, over the last 30 years I haven’t discovered much ...

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