We often hear about personalised diets, which take into account different factors such as physical make-up, personal tastes, type of work, etcetera. Of course, we are talking about healthy people, who do not need a diet with special characteristics because they are sick. We are absolutely in favour of such a diet, and indeed this is an example.
The reason why sometimes a diet fails, discounting those we have already mentioned, is that there are people who detest natural tuna or hard boiled eggs or leafy vegetables and pretend to follow a particular diet because their neighbor or their best friend does. The result is that they incorporate foods that they have never before included in their diet, with disastrous results. Our body is a perfect machine, but no matter how marvellous the machine may be, it cannot be overloaded. If we travel to Brazil, for example, and our diet is basically made up of boiled vegetables and grilled meat, after eating five days of feixoada in a row we will notice that something is not right. We probably have symptoms of dyspepsia, gastroenteritis or, at best, we will feel heavy and somewhat annoying. The reason is that we have radically changed the way we eat from one day to the next, without giving the body time to get used to it. However, the person who violently changed fuel in his system would never dare to use kerosene instead of naphtha in his car.
Maybe you think it’s worth the car and not your body?
The personalised diet allows you to choose the type of food you prefer or are most accustomed to.
You just need to be better organized in shopping and feel the satisfaction of being creative when combining your own food. This is important because diet should be a real pleasure and not a torture plagued with food that some people find inedible. Prepare yourself to build your own diet and feel comfortable with food. This step is critical if you want your weight loss plan to be successful. Eating is something nice and pleasant. This phrase should be engraved in our thinking when we choose food. We should never incorporate something because we think it’s healthier or because others eat it in their diets. No. The foods we include will, of course, be the ones we like best.