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USDA scrutinized for proposed dietary guidelines

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NBC News Medical Contributor Dr. Natalie Azar speaks with Alex Witt about the proposed dietary guidelines from the USDA that are causing people to raise questions, suggesting that the agency is ignoring the benefits of some foods.