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Healthy Food Swaps for Picky Eaters

How to get the nutrients you need when you don't eat certain foods.

Are you getting enough of the nutrients your body needs? Unless you’re savvy about the different nutrients in food, you might be missing out. Most Americans are not meeting the recommended intake for several micronutrients, according to the 2010 report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee. The biggest shortfalls? Vitamin D, calcium, potassium and dietary fiber.

To make sure you’re not among the nutrient-deficient, check out the following list. Hate the most common food source? Try eating some of the alternatives to meet your needs.

—Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D., Associate Nutrition Editor

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