Eat What You Want Day
Eat What You Want Day is observed next on Thursday, May 11th, 2023 (222 days from today).
Celebrated annually on May 11th, National Eat What You Want Day sets diets aside for a day of indulgence.
Many people take the time to stress about their diet and what they should or shouldn't eat, mainly because today's world is filled with sports magazine covers featuring toned, tanned models. Perfection makes us constantly feel inadequate.
The various healthy food fads that seem to come and go every few weeks certainly aren't helping either - as it turns out, the gluten-free diet isn't particularly good for those who really aren't allergic. In response to gluten, cleansing juices rid us of the proteins and fats that our bodies need to function properly, and adding too many vitamins only makes our urine expensive when our bodies don't excess waste can be released.
If you, like many people today, start to feel distrustful of all of this, you'll be glad to hear National Eat What You Want Day.
National Eat What You Want Day’s history
National Eat What You Want Day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy to help people break free from the irritating health and diet trends of our time, if only for a day, and just let go and enjoy life a little bit.
Most nutritionists seem to agree that giving ourselves a break from time to time can be really good for us, and that forcing ourselves to eat only low-calorie, tasteless foods for long periods of time can potentially help. The ability to make us suddenly bored with everything scene when our resolve is lost.
Why Eat What You Want Day?
This day is supposed to help us relieve just one day of the year from the boring diet we have been following for a long time. In fact, some nutritionists agree on this and prescribe the same for their patients. Not only diet, price is an equal concern for us. Sometimes, we like to eat something, however, we rarely order because it's too expensive. This day is to order what we like to eat, regardless of the price. Nothing would happen if we only spent one day of the year eating what we love to eat. This Eat What You Want day was made to eat what we want. Eat whatever you want.
Eat cookies, candy, ice cream, fast food, chips, pizza, and burgers without regard for your diet or health. Many nutritionists even suggest that a “pauses this for a while” regimen is actually a good approach to your frustrations because tweaking foods to avoid common health problems lead to depression. So having anything we want on a single day of the year is sure to be a relaxation for the mind whether it affects future body health or not. Whatever it is, our health becomes normal within 2 or 3 days and the immune system do the job at the right time.
Some reasons for Eat What You Want Day being loved
- Freedom to choose
People seem to be so wrapped up in counting calories and limiting their consumption of certain foods. On National Eat What You Want Day, it is free to choose anything you want without feeling guilty about it.
- There's always one thing we want to try
For many people, cheating is probably not a regular part of our eating habits. Going out for dinner and drinking with friends prevents us from trying the newest dish or drink on the menu. Today, you are allowed to taste specials that you may have been waiting for.
- It takes away the structure
Many people plan their outing days to include exactly when and what foods they will eat. Eating what you want for the day frees up your schedule and allows you the freedom, adding excitement to your day.
How to make National Eat What You Want Day become fun
There are several different ways you can make National Eat What You Want Day fun! Why not switch typical meals around? You can enjoy dinner for breakfast, and vice versa. After all, who doesn't love eating Chinese leftovers the next morning? Or, if you want breakfast for dinner, why not put together a stack of fluffy pancakes with some maple syrup and bacon for dinner? After all, there are no rules that apply on National Eat What You Want Day, so you might as well change things up a bit!
If you already have kids, why not let them take charge for once? Most of the time, parents are responsible for what's for dinner. If we don't, the kids will probably never see a vegetable in their lives! However, on this one day, why not let your child decide what's on the menu? You might end up with a random mix of delicious food, but it's sure to be fun, and it'll get them excited about cooking, which is always a good thing.
Another way is to break your usual routine. For example, if you usually have a packed lunch to work, why not gather your co-workers and enjoy lunch together at a local restaurant? Of course, your kids won't be able to skip school lunches and go to school dinners, but you can still make their packed lunches fun. Look for fun ways to make their lunch, such as you can cut their food into different shapes and add some edible glitter to the mix to make things interesting.
What will people eat on National Day What do you want to eat?
You may be wondering what other people will be eating this holiday. The data collected by the Top Dealer may give you some answers! They have revealed that the number one food Americans would eat every day if they didn't have to worry about the consequences is pizza! Followed by pasta, then both burgers and ice cream came in at number three. In fourth place, it's a mix of chips, chocolate, and burritos or tacos. Then we had donuts, cakes, chips, cheese and cookies.
How to celebrate National Eat What You Want Day
- Breakfast for dinner
One thing people always seem to ask for permission is to have breakfast for dinner. Feel free to choose and enjoy a stack of fluffy pancakes with a side of bacon before bed. You may not like your taste buds, but your stomach will be delighted.
- Break the habit
If you usually pack a school/work lunch, leave brown paper bags at home. Instead, invite your co-workers to lunch and try a new restaurant in the area. You will enjoy company and break from the same old sandwich.
- Get the kids involved
Parents are primarily responsible for choosing what for dinner. Eat What You Want Day is an opportunity for the kids to decide what's on the menu tonight and an opportunity for them to help with the meal preparation.
ObservedEat What You Want Day has been observed annually on May 11th.
Tuesday, May 11th, 2021
Wednesday, May 11th, 2022
Thursday, May 11th, 2023
Saturday, May 11th, 2024
Sunday, May 11th, 2025