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    Exclamation It is smart to commit to a balanced-fat diet , not to a no-fat diet.."

    Hello All,
    This excerpt from a book :
    I want to know what does 'commit' mean?

    "...The first step is gaining a better understanding of fat. Instead of conceiving of it as a single thing,we have to recognize it as several discrete types of a similar compound. Not every fat is your enemy .Fat are among your best friend. It is smart to commit to a balanced-fat diet , not to a no-fat diet.."

    Could you please tell me the corresponding definition from the following dictionary?
    http://oaadonline.oxfordlearnersdict...tionary/commit
    Thanks so much.

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    Re: It is smart to commit to a balanced-fat diet , not to a no-fat diet.."

    Definition #4.

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