National Eat What You Want Day
People spend a lot of time worrying about their diet and what they should eat. This is because we are constantly reminded by magazine covers that feature perfectly toned, flawlessly tanned models.
It’s not helpful to keep up with the latest health food trends that come and go every few months. A gluten-free diet isn’t really good for anyone who’s not allergic to gluten. Juice cleanses are a deprive yourself of the essential nutrients your body needs, while taking too many vitamins makes it more expensive to flush out excess.
National Eat What You Want Day is a great day for people who are starting to feel frustrated by all these things.
Thomas and Ruth Roy created National Eat What You Want Day to help people get away from the unhealthy diet and health trends of today.
Many nutritionists agree that it is good to take a break from time to time. Forcing ourselves to eat low-calorie, bland foods for long periods of times can cause us to eat everything we see when we lose our willpower.
This holiday is a big favorite of ours! Many people follow a certain way of eating food. They need to be mindful of what they eat or they could gain weight. Some people are not blessed with a fast metabolism. National Eat What You Want Day allows you to be as free as you like, and not feel guilty about eating what you choose. This is also a great way to finally try something you have been wanting to for a while, but are hesitant to do so because you don‚Äôt want to compromise your diet.
This holiday should not be difficult to celebrate. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate this holiday. Everybody is different so this may mean that some people will indulge in junk food.
They’ll stop counting calories and eat everything, including ice cream, chocolate, cake, pie, hot chocolate, cookies, and ice cream cake. This is how it looks.
The holiday description doesn’t say you have to go this route to gastronomic delight. Gourmet food lovers can celebrate their love by dining at five-star restaurants. Are you a lobster lover but are hesitant to order it due to its high price?
It’s understandable that today is the right day to take a vacation. Call the most exclusive place in your area and enjoy an evening of delicious food and wine.
Alternativly, you could try to recreate a childhood favorite meal at home. Do you remember your Mom making the best macaroni or cheese? Get the recipe from your Mom by calling her!
Comfort food is the best way to feel satisfied, happy, and relaxed. So, forget about carbs and fats and just enjoy a bowl or pot of creamy, filling comfort food.
Maybe you are a vegetarian and can’t stop craving steak or shrimp. If so, why not treat yourself to something that you don’t normally eat to thank your body for all the delicious things it gets without?
It is important to enjoy food, so celebrate!
You might be curious about what others are eating on this holiday. The Top Agency has some data that may help you find out! The Top Agency has revealed that pizza is the most popular food Americans would choose to eat daily if they didn’t have to worry about its consequences. Next was pasta. Then came ice cream and burgers. It was then a tie for fourth between French fries, chocolate and burritos, tacos, or tortillas. The next selection is donuts, cakes, chips, cheese, and cookies.
You might consider allowing your children to take over the cooking. Most often, the parents decide what to cook for dinner. Children would never see vegetables if we were not there to help them. For this one time, let your children choose what the menu will look like. It may result in a random assortment of delicious treats but it will be fun and will encourage them to cook, which is always a good thing.
Breaking out of your routine is another way to make National Eat What You Want Day enjoyable. If you are used to bringing a lunch to work every day, why not bring your colleagues along and have lunch at a local restaurant together? Although your children may not be able go out for lunch, you can make sure they have a fun lunch. You can make your children’s lunches more exciting by cutting up their food into fun shapes or adding edible glitter to the mix.