If there is one this we have done without restriction this year, it is eating.
Through this period of comfort eating, thoughtless grazing and hobby eating, we’ve found food trends we would like to leave behind in 2020.
We all like cute combinations. We like it in fashion, we like is in animal friendships and we sometimes like it in food, but when it comes to food we like knowing exactly what it is we are eating most of all.
Mystery foods with mystery ingredients can stay in the past.
Out with the old
We all have favourites and watching them disappear off the shelves never to return is something we want to leave in 2020.
After Nestle discontinued Chocolate log among some other memorable products, we don’t think the sweet aisle will ever be the same again.
We cannot be left wondering if every favourite we can’t find on the shelves has been cruelly discontinued… we’ve had enough heartbreak in 2020.
Oodles of zoodles and other tricks
There are few things more comforting than a bowl of pasta and there are even fewer things as disappointing as being conned into thinking you’re having pasta and instead bitting into a zoodle made out of zucchini and tastes nothing like pasta.
It might be time to retire all the tricks and learn to actually like the food we’re eating for what it is.
Here’s how your diet could be ageing you…
Getting the benefits of the Mediterranian diet from your very own kitchen is not all that difficult…
Swapping unhealthy favourites for healthier options can help you stay on your chosen eating style, and satisfy your cravings so you are not tempted and frustrated…
Give your all-time favourite foods a 2021 facelift with touches of modern flavour and Instagramable appeal…
For those who have pursued a diet rich in meat and dairy for most of their lives, embarking on a vegan diet can lead to significant changes within the body.