Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 5/13/13

There are changes being made in Philadelphia this year, and that starts in the cafeteria. Players who grew accustomed to “taco Tuesdays” and “fast food Fridays” will be disappointed this year. Chip Kelly has nixed all junk food this year, including pizza, chicken wings, fried food and red meat, according to Jeannine Edwards of ESPN. In their place, players will eat lean protein and fruit smoothies. It’s not surprising to hear that tacos and fast food were nixed as Andy Reid was fired. It also shouldn’t seem like rocket science that eating well could improve a team in a sport that relies on speed and strength. Reporters have also been marveling at their first glimpse of Eagles practice under Kelly. The atmosphere can best be summed up as fast-paced but orderly. Tweets have surfaced that all five quarterbacks are throwing at once, there’s music blaring and there’s a hundred things happening at once from essentially every Eagles beat writer watching. Check out the Eagles’ new nutrition options in the photos below. One of 4 signs in #Eagles' revamped cafeteria, explaining main food groups and what they do. #NoFastFood http://t.co/Jp4UT9W2nM— jeannine edwards (@jeanninee12) May 13, 2013 One of the Chip Kelly changes: Tables with fruit and juices lined up post-practice for players to grab. http://t.co/uWdtG4N5QA— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) April 17, 2013 Craziest thing I've seen so far right here ... personalized smoothies. http://t.co/J0SXzNC9Qp— Geoff Mosher (@GeoffMosherCSN) April 17, 2013

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