People Feel Guilty, Not Full After Eating Fast Food
Fifty-Four percent of people admit to feeling guilty after eating fast food, while another Twenty percent say they just feel bad after eating it.
It seems like everyone is trying to a little more to eat healthy, but a new survey shows that it all comes down to convenience.
According to a UPI.com survey 56 percent ate at fast-food restaurants at least several times a month and nearly 15 percent ate fast-food two or more times a week.
Seventy-five percent said they pay more attention to eating healthy now than they did five years ago.
To skip a fast-food meal and cook a healthy meal at home, 83 percent said it would have to be prepared in 30 minutes or less.
Eating healthy is definitely the harder way to go, but most say it's worth it in the end.
Have you tried to change your eating habits? What were the biggest roadblocks you ran into?