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They may seem like ordinary ingredients to you, printed inconspicuously in small print on the common food label of your favorite items on the shelves of your trusted grocery store, but that doesn’t mean they’re good for your body in the long run. 
According to Will Siskey, a former Albertville Aggie tennis star and “clean-eating” advocate, the decision to drastically alter his own diet went great lengths in improving the overall health of his hair and spirit.