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Millennials, those who reached adulthood at the beginning of this century, are said to be particularly discerning in their choices, from where and how they like to work to what they shop for and what they eat. But this insistence on always having one's needs met is sooner or later bound to encounter a reality check, experts warn.
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Advice often tells us to avoid treats by bringing raw vegetables drinking water and spending our days off preparing long elaborate meals. This might work momentarily but let's be realistic, as we get busy and our motivation runs low, these tactics just aren't conducive to our lifestyle.
Consumers generally want to eat better, but they also remain prone to reach for fast food and snacks. While the public is given easier access to nutritional information and advice than ever, there continues to be a gap, if not a disconnect, between what people voice as their health concerns and how they actually act upon them.
It's a proven fact that most people change their eating habits and lifestyle choices only after a serious health scare such as a heart attack or a diabetes diagnosis. Still, in many cases that may not...