Food in Paris isn't all fromage, croissants and expensive Champagne -- although that wouldn't be so bad. One of the world's best and oldest food cities is seeing a boom in new culinary trends.
There are plenty of ways to maximize flavor without sacrificing the nutrition content of your food. Here are some tips from a local dietitian.
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