December 2011 Issue
Harvard Launches the Healthy Eating Plate
On the heels of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s release of MyPlate comes Harvard’s Healthy Eating Plate, both graphic images detailing how you should eat for optimal health. The Healthy Eating Plate, which was created by nutrition experts from Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Health Publications, goes beyond MyPlate to make specific recommendations for food choices within categories. For example, MyPlate does not suggest whole grains over refined grains; its protein section does
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