Why Healthy Eating Definitely Isn't Something You Should Bother With
Don’t believe everything you read. Healthy eating is hard work, looks unappetising, tastes awful, takes ages.
Not worth it.
Just look at this... doesn’t it look horrible?
It’s all just rabbit food…
Seriously, who wants to eat nothing but green foods?
Whatever you do, don’t bother with this two-minute mango, raspberry and lime smoothie recipe. It takes TWO WHOLE MINUTES.
Porridge with fruit is an awful breakfast, and takes literally minutes to prepare
The only way to get protein is protein shakes, and nobody likes those
Stirfries. Did somebody say bland?
I mean you have to chop ingredients AND put them all on a pan together?
Portion control is too difficult and complicated…. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Nice try, Guard Your Health campaign
And above all, it's impossible to find nice places to eat healthy when you’re out and about.
There aren't even any online lists of best superfood salads in Dublin, which is just ridiculous
There's nowhere you can get local produce without growing it yourself, and who wants to do that?
I mean, you can forget about this list of hundreds of farmers markets in Dublin from Bord Bia
Honestly, it's just too complicated, and there's no way to find out how to go about it.
It's not like The Happy Pear run healthy eating courses
Sponsored By Arnotts
Tonight, Lovin Health as part of Arnotts' Bake Cook Dine aims to answer all the questions you have about healthy living and eating.
Bake Cook Dine at Arnotts will have a variety of talent participating across the month of April, featuring a host of chefs, food bloggers and entrepreneurs, including Clodagh McKenna, Andrew Rudd, Domini Kemp and Kevin Thornton. They’ll be taking to the stage in the Arnotts kitchen department on various dates across the month to demonstrate some of their delicious dishes and juicing tips.