Fitness & Wellness

Social isolation affects the eating
July 3, 2020

The pandemic of the coronavirus has not changed, only the way we work and relate to one another. The way we eat has also undergone a radical transformation over the past few months. With many restaurants closed to the public, almost all over the world began to make meals at home. Even those who are used to the delivery, opening up the opportunity for variations on the menu, which will become more and more dependent on the food in the house. Even now, with the easing of the quarantine, and the gradual return to work, there is nothing to indicate that the situation is going to change anytime soon in that regard, the highlight of the Estadão newspaper.

In many of the towns and cities, the restaurants will still need to take a couple of weeks and re-open it – and when you do that, most likely, the layout will be quite different, with a greater distance between the table and the other measures for the protection of the customers. It is also likely that a large portion of your potential customer base, you still afraid of the infection if you continue to eat at home, ordering the occasional through to the delivery. Better, then, is to get used to the “new normal”, the duration of which it is difficult to predict at the moment, and to get the best out of it.

The point is that you don’t always eat at home, which is a synonym for the feed that is of better quality and healthier for you. Many, many times, to be at home, it ends up being a sort of springboard for all sorts of excesses.