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As the weather gets warmer and being outdoors is the preferred option, picnics in the park or our gardens are a great way to socialise or celebrate with loved ones.
Many of us worry that going for a picnic means that we’ll inevitably end up slipping up from our healthy eating plan. However, this doesn’t have to be the case.
Traditional, shop-bought picnic foods tend to be highly processed and can contain a large amount of added sugar or refined carbohydrates. This is completely fine if we’re searching for an occasional treat.
However, if we want to stick to our healthy eating plan, it’s important to remember that it’s possible to enjoy