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5 tips to get your eating habits back on track
If your diet has taken a detour into unhealthy territory, these strategies can help you improve.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things: schedules, the amount of time spent at home, stress levels, and — for a lot of people — eating habits. For some, these changes have not been for the better. If you fall into this category, you may be struggling to get back on track. What can you do to rein in a wayward diet?
Rather than aim for a complete dietary revamp, Teresa Fung, adjunct professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, recommends focusing on five simple strategies to help you meet your nutritional goals.
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