I'm the same. As a child we were rarely allowed to eat junk food, so when I got older and had my own money to spend I ate junk a lot more often. Now it's become boring and I'm indifferent to it.
Has anyone else gone off junk food? Watch
- 23-12-2010 13:08
- 26-12-2010 21:48
It's propably been a year since I've been to McDonalds last time. I sometimes eat chinese food, and very rarely a gluten-free pizza (don't know if you can get one in the UK?). But mostly just home-cooked food.
Recently I have also tried to eat less sweets or other junk you typically consume at home. Can't claim to have gone off completely, but usually prefer fruit or youghurt.
- 26-12-2010 22:09
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- 28-12-2010 23:33
To be honest, this thread is just making me want a large quarter pounder meal from mcdonalds
- 28-12-2010 23:50
I never go to McDonald's, KFC etc. but I do go to Subway from time to time as it's so close to my uni and I know the meat is mechanically recovered and the dressings are so fattening; my new years resolution is going to be to stop eating out all together.
I come from a family where food plays a big part because of my culture and tbh I've got two siblings who are overweight and I have an obese uncle. I love them but it does hurt me to see them like that. I'm the slimmest in the family so it does make me aware of what I eat as I don't want to become unhealthy.
Does anyone have any healthy recipes? I'm at uni so I stay on campus most of the day and I do bring a sandwich and some nuts and loads of water but I do get peckish in between lectures and get tempted to buy from Subway or my student union so I think it'd be a good idea to make more than a sandwich and bring it with me on campus.