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The Hidden Truth About Diets

Quick, what is the first thought that pops into your head when you hear the word "diet?" Maybe that when you're on one, you feel like you're going to "d-i-e" right ?!


Most people believe that diet is something that involves pain, suffering, and giving up on the foods we enjoy. Some of the symptoms of "being on a diet" usually include being hungry and silly all the time. But this is not the true meaning of the word and if you bind all the negative things, you will miss the whole concept.

Webster's Dictionary defines "Diet" as:

a: food and beverages frequently provided or eaten;

b: regular nutrition;

c: the type and amount of food assigned to a person for a specific reason.

In other words, that's what we eat or drink often to nourish our bodies. It's not that bad. But here is the hidden truth that will make your understanding of diets head-to-head and practically guarantee that you will achieve whatever weight you want: Being a "diet" really means having a plan for your diet instead of eating in any spur - play or time habits. That all!

It's really easy. But the most basic truth is. However, it is very powerful if you take the time to think it over and understand its meaning. Let me say it again so you don't miss out: Working on a diet really means that you have what you eat controlled by the RANU rather than your feelings or habits.


The reason most diets don't work is because extreme measures are often needed. Some are forcing you to give up everything except cabbage soup, or everything except meat and meat products, or everything except salads. Not only is it boring, it's also quite rough - not only hard to attach, but also your physical health.

True, a tedious diet is often effective for losing weight in the short term (for example the Atkins Diet) but you have to wonder if you are losing some of your health in the process (ie: ketosis, acidosis, etc.). Many conventional diets place the body in a highly acidic state that can cause some health problems.

Our bodies are designed to absorb vitamins, nutrients, and minerals from a variety of tedious foods and diets that go directly to them. It is simply unnatural, and is the main reason most conventional diets just don't work for long.


The right way to diet is to think of diet as the right eating system. Your diet should include a balanced plan for a variety of foods, taken in moderation, and in the right combination. Eat when you are hungry, not when the clock says it's lunch or dinner.

So forget about the fad diet that doesn't work and start planning a diet that you can take for a long time. This is a balanced approach to good health and nutrition, and it's an approach that you can live with for the rest of your life.


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