2. Reset Your Perceptions
Perhaps you tried a healthy food 10-years ago and it didn’t agree with you, so your brain is convinced it’s horrible and you should avoid it. However, Reader’s Digest suggests you should try digesting those same foods again as you may not mind them as much the second time around.
“Taste buds typically become less sensitive with age, which allows you to enjoy foods that once tasted too strong or bitter, like Brussels sprouts, olives, or turnips,” explains the source. Also, you probably weren’t thinking about the nutritional value of these foods when you were a kid either.