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What Happens to Your Body When You Eat The Same Foods Every Day

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Emily Monaco of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 10: Despite what widespread healthy eating wisdom would have us believe, variety isn't necessarily the spice of life when it comes to diet, and I'm living proof: I eat pretty much the same thing (nearly) every day. And if you've ever wondered what eating the same foods every day does to your overall health, well, it's not as "bad" as you may think.Now, I'm not one of those people who eats nothing but cheesy potatoes, nor am I a Soylent bro. The fact of the matter is, I love food. In fact, food is my career. And whether I'm reviewing restaurants, testing recipes, visiting cheese producers, or (COVID-permitting) introducing tourists to some of Paris' best pastry shops, a lot of what I eat is delicious—but far from the most balanced or nutritious. To counter-balance this, when I'm at home, I try to stick to a healthier routine, and for me, a healthy routine is not so varied.But guess what? According to experts, that's OK—with a few caveats.So what exactly happens when you eat the same foods every day? You might just be surprised. And while you're making better-for-you changes, be sure you're not ever stocking up on any of the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

What Happens to Your Body When You Eat The Same Foods Every Day

Despite what widespread healthy eating wisdom would have us believe, variety isn't necessarily the spice of life when it comes to diet, and I'm living proof: I eat pretty much the same thing (nearly) every day. And if you've ever wondered what eating the same foods every day does to your overall health, well, it's not as "bad" as you may think.

Now, I'm not one of those people who eats nothing but cheesy potatoes, nor am I a Soylent bro. The fact of the matter is, I love food. In fact, food is my career. And whether I'm reviewing restaurants, testing recipes, visiting cheese producers, or (COVID-permitting) introducing tourists to some of Paris' best pastry shops, a lot of what I eat is delicious—but far from the most balanced or nutritious. To counter-balance this, when I'm at home, I try to stick to a healthier routine, and for me, a healthy routine is not so varied.

But guess what? According to experts, that's OK—with a few caveats.

So what exactly happens when you eat the same foods every day? You might just be surprised. And while you're making better-for-you changes, be sure you're not ever stocking up on any of the 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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