I’ve noticed that often, people who diet assume that everyone else around them either is or should be dieting. This can cause problems when they are responsible for feeding others.
- If someone is planning a conference and all the food they make available is low-calorie
- If someone…
I’ve seen it go in the opposite direction too.
When I’m stressed out, the types of things I “can” eat will drop dramatically. When all that’s available is “unhealthy” food, I literally can’t eat.
This is not a problem in the real world usually, since I’ll just skip a meal and grab something I can eat later, but if that isn’t an option….well…
[the quotes are because I recognize that I’m being illogical and most of the foods I deem “unhealthy” are probably perfectly fine, but that doesn’t mean I can eat them!]
So…yeah, having a variety of food for everyone is probably a good idea.