Do you follow a complete diet?
Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
April 15, 2007 10:06am CST
I try to eat a bit of everything, of all the food different classes: vegetables, fish, pasta, meat, etc. I know that not everyone agrees with me but i believe that the best possible diet is that which includes a bit of everything, diverse and moderate feeding. Restrictive nutritional customs cannot be healthy. What do you think?
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15 Apr 07
Hi lightninstrike. I think diversity in moderation is a very splendid idea. I applaud you *clap clap clap* :) I try to do that as much as possible. If I can't stick with my diet, I will make sure though that fruits and vegetables are always present. I like to always include the different classes of food in my diet too. But sometimes when money is a problem it is very dificult to do. :) Thanks and have a nice day.
• United States
16 Apr 07
Basically I agrre with you, a diet that consists of diverse foods can be a good one. However myself being a vegetarian, I know that one can restrict themselves from some types of food ,and not be deprived. For each way your diet is restricted there are substitutes for those restrictions that make up for what you're missing.
16 Apr 07
Nice to see you back :) I completely agree with you. It worries me when I see people, specially young people, thinking that erasing a special kind of food from their diet will help them. They key is to eat in moderation and to eat enough of every food group - in the appropriate amounts. Sure there are things that we need to pay attention to, and avoid eating often, but that doesn't mean never eating them. People tend to always go from one end to the other, forgetting balance which is essential.
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
16 Apr 07
thank you arka, yeah, i am back to action!! hehe. I think moderation is the key too, i know that many people say the opposite but it cannot be good when you erase a certain group of food from your diet, pills and supplements can be a replacement for food exceptionally, but not as a habit.