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Nope, You Really Shouldn’t Eat The Same Foods Every Day — Here’s Why

Published Mar 11, 2020

You may eat a well-balanced plate of sauteed kale, salmon, and quinoa for dinner, which at a glance is incredibly healthy,” says Lindsey Kane, Sunbasket’s in-house registered dietitian and director of nutrition. “But, if you eat this same meal each and every night, you’ll wind up supplying your body with the same nutrition profile, one that may be a strong source of certain vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, but consistently misses out on other critical nutrients, which, in some cases, can turn into nutrient deficiencies.