You eat out — a lot. Because of that, you need to pay more attention to what you eat when eating out. Your DiningStyle is unique in that you don't have strong preferences for either healthy items or unhealthy choices. It may depend on your mood or where you're eating out, but you could make big gains in your health, body weight, and energy levels by making healthy eating a bigger priority.
You may not believe that the healthy menu items taste as good as more indulgent offerings, but consider giving them another try. Restaurateurs are making big strides to make healthier items taste as good — or better — than traditional fare. So go ahead. Look at the nutritional information provided for foods when making your menu choice, and find something lower in calories, fat, or sugar and see what you think. Breaking old habits takes time, so set small goals and reward yourself each time you achieve one.
While you work on making better choices for what you eat, also don't forget to move more, too. The combination of a healthy diet and daily activity go hand in hand. You may actually find that when you eat better, you're more inclined to exercise, and when you exercise, you eat better. It's strange how it all works — but trust us, it does!
Fifteen percent of the surveyed population fall into this category.On average, Restaurant Regulars have the following characteristics: