If healthier eating is on your list of resolutions for 2012, look no further. The January issue of the Harvard Women's Health Watch offers 12 ways to break old dietary habits and build new ones.
According to the article "12 for 2012: Twelve tips for healthier eating," nutrition research has shifted focus in recent years from the risks and benefits of single nutrients to the health effects that come from the many interactions within and among nutrients in the foods we eat. The result is a better understanding of what makes up a healthy eating plan. Here are five of the 12 ways to improve the way you eat:
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