Even when we try our very best, sometimes our bad food habits get the best of us. We are all guilty of at least one bad eating habit. Can you think of a diet mistakes you made in the last week? From drinking too much soda to “saving our calories” for desserts, these little bad habits can add up to some big nutrition no-nos! Despite the nutrition experts telling us to never skip breakfast, more than half of Americans still skip the most important meal of the day. Skipping the first meal of the day can set you up for a whole day of repetitive bad eating habits. While skipping breakfast isn’t recommended, there’s plenty of other dietary pitfalls we find ourselves committing, sometimes without even knowing it.
Engaging in other bad eating habits can spell trouble, such as an increased waistline, feelings of low energy, and a sugar crash. Too much sugar consumption can lead to diabetes, weight gain, and other negative effects on the body. Refusing or forgetting to drink water can result in dehydration, fatigue, change in skin color, and worse. This infographic breaks down the worst eating habits and offers easy fixes for them, so you can make positive changes, one habit at a time.