When talking about your eating habits we refer to why and how you eat, which food you eat, and with whom you eat, as well as where you obtain, how you store, use, and discard your food. And above all, how do your Individual, social, cultural, religious, economic, environmental, and political particularity influence your eating habits.
What are you eating?
Do you like it?
What is your favourite food?

Your eating habits: Healthy/ Unhealthy:

eating a lot before sleeping    pop corns, ice creams and others aren't healthy food

Unhealthy eating is largely caused by bad eating habits. Eating a bag of potato chips while watching TV once in awhile or bunging on food during a party will probably not cause you any harm. However, when these actions become repetitive, they simply put become awful habits.

Here are some common bad eating habits that you should learn to avoid:
  1. Skipping meals.
  2. Food Bunging.
  3. Emotional Eating: chocolate when you’re sad or pots of ice cream… and the list is long and scary.
  4. Eating during meetings and ceremonies.
  5. Eating Late at Night.
  6. When it comes to eating, we have strong habits. Some are healthy (“I always eat fresh fruit and vegetables”), and some are not so healthy(“I always eat fried chips and popcorn late at night”).
  7. Although many of our eating habits were established during childhood, it doesn’t mean it’s too late to change them.

Healthy eating is not about severe nutritional restrictions, remaining idealistically tinny, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about feeling good, having more vitality, and soothing your mood.  

Here are some well known good eating habits that you should learn to follow and respect: 

  1. Make at minimum half your grains whole grain.
  2. Vary your veggies.
  3. Eat more fruit.
  4. Consume a lot of calcium-rich foods.
  5. Go slender with protein food.

So, what is your favourite food?