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So many of our eating habits go way back to childhood. Eating quickly: were you at boarding school or in a large family where siblings might have nicked your food off your plate? Or did you have lots of processed foods as a child which might be why you’re drawn to beige foods now? Or did you grow up with a lot of puddings and not much veg which could be why your palette isn’t drawn to eating your greens?
If you feel like you’re in a food rut and find yourself getting a bit picky, don’t despair. It IS possible to gradually change this often deep routed behaviour.
I’m very much a realist when it comes to eating habits – making a 20% change CAN make an 80% difference. First things first, food should be seen as a celebration never as a chore. Food most definitely is love! Cooking from scratch helps us to savour our food as it’s taken us longer to prepare than popping something pre made into the oven. Cooking from scratch also helps to up the nutrient density too.
Here are some hacks that can help widen our food choices:
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