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Is there a One size Fits All with Diet? February 18, 2012

Posted by viper42 in health.
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Right now the Unites States is seeing unprecedented challenges with not only the health care system but its health overall. Obesity is way too high and just about everybody has some desire to be healthier. So many decide that they are going to do something about it…but dont (a separate issue for another time) or they dont know what “diet” to choose. So with so many choices to choose from, is there just one right answer?

My answer (opinion), NO. For me, I opted to utilize a meal replacement system to offset caloric intake while trying to work out more. Some people opt for Weight Watchers or Nutrisystem….Others decide going totally organic…food only no supplements (Hard Core) is for them. I think ultimately, however you choose to go, so long as the plan is not detrimental to your person, can still give you what you need and has some credibility behind it…I say go for it.

There will always be nay sayers about a particular method….but then again…there is no one size fits all when it comes to your health and diet. But is an absolute need is a greater attention and understanding of what our bodies need and what we need to do to get it. We will destroy our own health care system if more and more of us continue this poor approach to health



1. ScoopingOprah - February 18, 2012

There IS a one-size-fits-all, if permanent (maintenance-free) weight loss is your goal. It’s all about habit.

viper42 - February 20, 2012

I should have mentioned habit. ABSOLUTELY the key. If we habitually think and do the same thing…nothing changes. Thank you for that

2. GiGi Eats Celebrities - February 19, 2012

There is only ONE PART of diet that is ONE SIZE FITS ALL… and that is, that EVERYONE NEEDS TO EAT VITAMINS, MINERALS & ANTIOXIDANTS ! Without these things, your body will NOT function at it’s utmost! Sadly, not a lot of people are educated in this field so what they think might be healthy is actually hurting them. 😦

viper42 - February 20, 2012

Very true!! Most of us in the country, even trained medical staff are not as knowledgeable about that as we should be. Good point

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