In this fast moving life, people dont care about their food. People are so busy in their work that they tend to eat more junk foods.
Many people who struggle with their health or weight say they've tried every diet or food plan under the sun, without any long-term success.
The changes they make end up being short term and their old eating habits soon return, leaving them disheartened and demoralised.
The reality is that there's no need to cut whole food groups or deny yourself the pleasure of eating.
On the contrary, limiting your nutritional intake will only make you feel tired, lethargic and lacking any willpower to make sensible food choices.
The key to success lies in developing healthy eating habits that will not only help you reach your goals, but will also leave you feeling full and with plenty of energy to do everything you want to do.
Eat Healthy Unprocessed Food
Many of the packaged foods we buy today are aimed at convenience and involve the minimum of preparation time on our part - but they're not that healthy.
They often contain high amounts of preservatives, man-made colourings and other added chemicals, and as 12WBT dietitian Georgie Moore explains, there are other downsides.
"Packaged foods tend to be higher in fat, salt and sugar than food cooked from scratch, while lacking nutrients and fibre," she says.
Always eat your breakfast
Studies show that individuals who eat a substantial breakfast lose more weight than those who have a small breakfast. Choose eggs or baked beans on wholegrain bread, or muesli with fruit and yoghurt
Eat healthy Whole Grains
Whole grains offer far more nutrients and fibre than their refined "white" varieties.
And in a 2012 study at the University of Copenhagen, researchers found that overweight people who ate wholegrain wheat products lost more weight than those who ate refined wheat, and they also came out with lower cholesterol.
Eat fruit and vegtable more
Aim for three cups of vegetables and two fruits each day. Fill half your plate with vegies at lunch and dinner, and add fruit to your breakfast and for a snack on the way home from work.
Do Not eat much at Parties
For most of us, it's impossible to avoid work gatherings or birthday bashes, where lots of food and alcohol are on offer, and the next day we're wracked with remorse if we've over-indulged.
Always eat carbohydrates and proteins together
Try eggs on grain toast, yogurt and fruit, crackers and cheese and wholegrain bread with tuna or chicken
Eat your lunch, dinner and snakcs at good time.
Less and Frequent Meals
Dont eat much in one sitting, but take frequent meals.