Harvard Health Letter

Ways to dig out of a dietary rut

Trying new foods, cooking in batches, and inviting friends to dinner give mealtime some zing. You may be bored if youíre eating the same foods all the time. Even worse, you may be missing out on important nutrients from foods that arenít part of your regular diet. And if thatís the case, youíre not alone. ďI see it a lot with older adults. Their diet isnít great. They get into a rut…

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