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Do you find it challenging to maintain a balanced eating plan? It may help to think of nutritional balance not just in terms of the meal in front of you, but of your eating pattern over the course of a day, a week, a month, a year. In the short term, balance means including all of the basic food groups in your day. In the longer term, it means including a variety of foods from within each group. That’s because each food group—and each food within a group—offers a slightly different nutrient package.

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