Health & Fitness

How have your eating habits changed since COVID-19 and the associated lockdowns?

Health & Fitness

Posted by: Avocado Green

27th Oct 2021 02:28pm

Have you changed the way you buy/prepare/cook/eat food? Do you think your diet has improved or deteriorated?

Comments 8

hummaa
  • 7th Dec 2021 08:09pm

Have taken advantage of take away meals to support local businesses.

Wildsav
  • 7th Dec 2021 05:01pm

My diet is still similar. I have just had to adjust to the use of different ingredients in recipes due to unavailability or cost of some ingredients.

Dena31948125
  • 30th Nov 2021 10:19pm

I have been eating more fast food. Sometimes I eat even if I am not hungry, it is the way to deal with stress.

funnysag
  • 30th Nov 2021 08:08pm

Yes, I have made a point to buy as much locally grown produce as possible.

richard
  • 30th Nov 2021 12:42pm

I'm more conscious of buying healthy food and learning to modify recipes when things weren't available.
Also using Deliveroo a lot more. I'm still not game to go to packed restaurants as yet.

Anonymous
  • 29th Nov 2021 11:36am

I defiantly take advantage of delivery services more such as Door Dash and Uber Eats rather than walk the shops near the office.

l0lapx
  • 27th Nov 2021 08:05pm

No Change, Life continues as usual is you know the Australian constitution

Lauren32211741
  • 25th Nov 2021 10:04pm

I think my diet has sort of become more convenient. I also eat out wayyy more and cook less. However, I have found peace with food during covid which has been beneficial.

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