3 Healthy Eating Trends to Try—and 2 to Skip, According to Registered Dietitians


The arrival of a new year invites a fresh start—a great thing, even in years that preceded 2020. We’ve already ranted and raved about the rising food and dining movements you can expect to see this year—now it’s time to comb through the buzziest healthy eating trends. To help us understand which are actually good for you and which you’re better off skipping, we tapped Margie Saidel, RD, LDN, MPH, vice president of nutrition and sustainability for Chartwells K12.

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