Tasty food is not what you expect

Kentucky Fried Chicken

Kentucky Salty Chicken

As many people may know from reading Tweaked for your Pleasure, I do tend to eat a lot of fast food and other non healthy food. I am sure many of the reasons why people do tend to these food like this is mostly for two reasons;

  1. They do not have time to make healthier food (although it is NOT that hard nor long to do).
  2. They believe that the “healthy” food does not taste as good.

While I can understand the first option, it is the second option I do not understand. While I will agree food like that does taste very nice but it does not last. Now I am not sure if I am the only person who this happens too but when I am eating something like chips & cheese that I will enjoy while a lot of it but after a while I start to get a salty sickly taste that will start to appear.

While I am sure people will say this will happen to any food, I have found out that if I eat what people “believe” as healthy food I tend to find that I enjoy every bite until the end and this is regardless how much of it I actually eat.

So if this is the case with many people – what I can not figure out is why would you prefer eating non healthy food over healthy food when ultimately that healthy food ends up always tasting better. Sure I can understanding having the “non healthy” stuff in small doses or with the healthy food but why keep eating the non healthy stuff when it end up tasting worst then the healthy stuff?

So what is your reason for it. Do you prefer healthy food over non healthy food, or do you just eat whatever you can find in the cupboards?

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Ellis, M (2012) Tasty food is not what you expect. [online] Tweaked for your Pleasure. Available at: https://snat.co.uk/rants/tasty-food-is-not-what-you-expect.html [Accessed 20 May 2022]

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