Do you think that people have started going for healthy food instead of junk food?
In Canadian schools they have replaced junk food vending machines with healthy snacks encouraging children to reach for good snacks instead of junk. I think the shift is starting to happen but the junk food industry is still alive and well. In our family we have Friday's as junk food night so we indulge one night a week. If you don't eat all of whatever you picked for that night's snack you can finish throughout the week. If healthy snacks are easily available throughout the week, it is much easier to reach for them.
yes, i believe some people have started going for healthy food because worried about unforseen disease which occur in years to come and obesity problem too. Many teenagers and adults bmi are over the normal range due to junk food. Furthermore, many don't exercise either laziness , too busy with work or couldn't stand the muscle cramp after a trial out for a day
by Peeples 6 years ago
Ideas for healthy food for a 1 year old who is picky?My daughter (13mths old) was started on veggies but now hates them. Her diet consists of fruit, whole grain crackers and bread, cheese, yogurt and milk. Outside of those foods I can't find much she will eat. She hates meat and veggies. Any ideas?...
by India Arnold 6 years ago
How can people find tasty healthy food while living a hectic city life?
by Jennifer Madison 6 years ago
Which country has the most healthy food?
by rfox21 6 years ago
What's your favorite healthy food?
by bmcoll3278 6 years ago
Eat good food and die young or healthy food and live longMany of the best tasting foods are the worst for you. So would you rather eat whatever you want knowing you will loose ten years off your life . Or eat only healthy not always tasty foods to have the extra 10 years.
by Ingenira 8 years ago
What is the healthy food that you take most frequently ?
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