Eating out is both fun and social. As a Clinical Nutritionist practitioner, I have found that most of my clients are quite wary about the food choices and end up feeling guilty after a social or family outing. There’s confusion in their minds about what to order and how to choose right food. In fact, several studies have also pointed out that eating out can lead to over-eating and poor food choices
Here are a few tips to help you to pick choose food at your favorite cuisine or social gathering without sacrificing your health goals:
Lastly, it’s always better to look at your diet holistically. Everybody likes to eat out once in a while for pleasure without worrying about whether it’s healthy or not! If you are following a good diet most of the times, then occasional indulgence will not affect your health adversely and it’s good for your soul too. Just focus on mindful eating without feeling guilty and dining out would be a great getaway!