People these days are busy most of the time. Whether you’re working long hours, bringing up kids or caring for an elderly relative, it’s normal not to have much extra time on your hands. This can make it tricky to eat healthily, so it’s no wonder that many people struggle to maintain a healthy diet. However, lack of time doesn’t have to equal lack of health; there are lots of small things you can do to improve your diet even when in a rush.
I’ve been seeing lots of posts about eating on Twitter recently. They mainly fall into two types: those who are celebrating their double cheeseburger followed by a tub of ice cream; and those who feel guilty about eating it.
Recently, I was in a pizza place eating my singular slice & 3 sides to myself. There were two women on the table opposite discussing their order. They must’ve agonised over it for 15 minutes. Which pizza topping was the healthiest? Maybe they should ask for it without sauce. Which drink had the least calories?