The Eagles' offense isn't the only thing coach Chip Kelly will be overhauling in his first year in Philadelphia.

The former Oregon head man has made big changes to the team's diet, eliminating some staples of the Andy Reid era while implementing a much healthier array of foods.

ESPN's Jeannine Edwards reported from Philadelphia's practice facility Monday, noting that several new signs have appeared in the cafeteria:

Edwards noted that Kelly will be discontinuing two Philadelphia traditions -- "Taco Tuesday" and "Fast Food Friday" -- and cutting out fatty foods like pizza, chicken wings and red meat.

Kelly has implemented a leaner diet meant to help players stay fit. This includes personalized protein shakes.

So far, the shakes seem to be a hit with the players.

"We all got to choose our flavors," tight end Brent Celek said. "Mine is coconut, pineapple and banana. It tastes good and helps you maintain weight."

(H/T to Larry Brown Sports)