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Taste is the cornerstone of good nutrition. However, taste has garnered an undeserved reputation. If the food tastes good, it must be high caloric, hence bad for you. If it tastes bland, it must be the correct stuff.
This is a fallacy.
Vegetables, fruits, grains and plant foods are moving at the center of the plate for breakfast, lunch and dinner. But they can be made to taste fantastic with a little effort. Adding fresh herb seasonings to vegetables, for instance, makes a healthful addition to a meal without sacrificing flavor. Choosing whole wheat breads and crackers need not spell suffering as a wide array of tasty products is now available. Sprinkling a dash of calamansi on a slice of papaya or a mango gives a great tarty sensation in the mouth.

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