Could you tell me if there is any difference in meaning between from now on I will do and from now on I will be doing? For example:

From now on I will eat only healthy food.

From now on I will be eating only healthy food.

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I think both are correct, the latter puts more stress on the continuity/permanence of your new habit, which is not necessarily needed because you've already got "from now on" with "on" doing exactly that.

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    I feel like the latter has a little more force, more emphasis on actively, constantly working to make it happen, starting right now! Dec 28, 2020 at 15:21

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