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Launching a special #startTODAY series to help you start 2016 on the right foot, TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer offers tips on foods that you should lose from your diet to keep the weight off throughout the year ahead, including white starches, sugary drinks and fatty meats, and shares what foods you should incorporate into your meals.