Changing a given behavior is hard for many individuals as they usually resist change. However,the situation can be easier if the motive to change the habit arise from within an individual ratherthan external influences (Vermeulen et al., 2020). Every day different individuals encountervarious incidences requiring them to make decisions and take part in solving a particularproblem. Problem-solving and decision-making in incidences such as changing eating habits arevital to humanity, and some of these scenarios are complex to accomplish effectively. Criticalthinking refers to thinking accurately to find a dependable and appropriate approach andapplication to the world situations (Basri & As' Ari, 2019). Others describe critical thinking asskillful, responsible, insightful, and sensible thinking intended to distinguish or define what to door believe (Supena et al., 2021). This paper attempts to describe the behavioral change in eatinghabits and integrate the aspect of critical thinking in embracing a change in eating habits.