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Pancakes and maple syrup, spaghetti and meatballs, chocolate and strawberries—these are the Thelma-and-Louise’s of the food world—items that just belong together. Beyond flavor, when certain foods are eaten together, their nutritional firepower is amplified. It’s called food synergy: a concept where the benefits of two or more foods eaten together can be greater than the sum of their parts. Here’s how to harness the power of food-pairing to make your diet extra nutritious and delicious.

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