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Chisom Okoli, foods and nutrition Ph.D. student, recommends increasing your intake of fruits and vegetables. (Courtesy/Dimitri Houtteman)

As homebound lifestyles become the new normal, those who relied on Athens eateries or dining halls for meals may struggle with shifting to cooking from home or eating healthily. With current circumstances, it can be easy to slip into a routine of stress eating, constant snacking or eating the same foods repeatedly.

The Red & Black asked Athens-based food researchers and specialists how to incorporate healthy food habits and recipes into your quarantine routine. Here’s what they had to say:

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