10 ways to keep your diet exciting (1/10)

Don't get stuck eating the same thing every day. Here's how to keep your diet exciting so you can stick with it


Make your own salad bar

For a family dinner one night this week, put together a salad bar and invite the whole crew to create their own salads. Include at least two vegetables that aren’t usually on the menu — jicama, radicchio or artichoke hearts, for instance, as well as some cooked chickpeas and lentils for protein. Warm up a loaf of whole-wheat bread. For dessert, serve up a selection of colourful sorbets topped with berries.

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