Eat What You Want Day

Eat What You Want Day Quick Facts - GB

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2023 Date11 May 2023
2024 Date11 May 2024
Eat What You Want Day

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Eat What You Want Day encourages people to eat what they want without guilt. This day aims to allow everyone the opportunity to choose pleasure over diet. It does not suggest eating in excess, but rather the goal is to create a day free of stress and worry. It is a chance to quell that craving and indulge in a cheat day.

Eat What You Want Day was created in 2009 by Thomas and Ruth Roy, owners of Wellcat Holidays, a site dedicated to fun and quirky holidays. Eat What you Want Day is observed annually on May 11.

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Eat What You Want Day facts

  • According to Harvard's Healthy Eating Plate, in a day, the average person should eat 50% vegetables and fruits, 25% whole grains, and 25% protein. They also add plant oils like olive or peanut.
  • Celebrate by eating what you want, but try to be mindful of just how much you eat. According to a Harvard study, the average fast food combo meal contains about 1200 calories. Included in these calories is about 14 grams of fat, 68 grams of sugar, and 2000 milligrams of salt.
  • On Eat What You Want Day in the UK, many people indulge in traditional British food items, such as fish and chips, a full English breakfast, or afternoon tea with scones, clotted cream, and jam.
  • According to OpenTable UK, the average UK citizen eats out 1.5 times a week and spends up to £53 per meal.

Top things to do in the UK for Eat What You Want Day

  • Explore popular burger chains. Choose your favorite burger place or discover a new one.
  • Have a picnic with some British classics such as sausage rolls, pork pies, scotch eggs, and sandwiches in a picturesque location such as Hyde Park, Hampstead Heath or the South Bank.
  • Indulge in traditional British cuisine such as fish and chips, bangers and mash, a full English breakfast, or a Sunday roast to celebrate.

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