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i wanna ask about wrongs in diet people make ?

By Anonymous May 10, 2009 - 6:25am
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this is for my magazine i would really be happy if you help me by ansering my question many thing in diet and i wanna know what wrongs we could have ????

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A diet is supposed to be what you eat daily to keep yourself alive. A "wrong" is starving yourself by not eating what you should. I found out by reading at http://www.rawpeople.com/?utm_source=A&utm_medium=B&utm_campaign=C that you can make yourself healthier by just incorporating raw food elements into your life.

May 10, 2009 - 9:14pm

Sorry to sound cynical or sarcastic, but it might be an easier question if you asked what "rights" people make in diets! ;-)

Seriously: by the word "diet", are you referring to someone's eating habits/overall diet, or are you using the word "diet" as a verb, as when people follow a pre-existing diet to lose weight or control/treat a health condition?

I'll interpret your question, and answer that I believe the unintentional mistakes that people make in their overall/daily eating includes:
- Emotional eating (eating out of a negative feeling or boredom)
- Feeling guilty about what was consumed
- Portion control (I still have a difficult time eating the correct amount ounces/serving of protein--a 2-3 oz pork tenderloin is tiny!!)
- No meal planning in advance for meals
- Eating at fast food restaurants too frequently (leads to high intake of salt, sugar and calories)

You mentioned this question is for "my magazine"--are you a writer? If so, we would love to hear other responses you receive from this question!

May 10, 2009 - 7:28am
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