Dieting, such a common word we hear nowadays.
As a dietitian, I came across many people who said they followed many diets; followed a specific food diet; starved themselves but with no desired results.
It was a challenge for me to change the mindset of my clients, so I had to introduce a concept in the diet program – Diet Counselling and Coaching.
We tried to understand their daily routines, their eating habits, their thought process about food, and many other things. We worked on their views about food and their eating habit.
I, personally feel, Dieting is an art, one needs to perfect for better health and fitness.
Dieting means eating the right food in the right quantity in the right way at the right time at the right place to get the right nutrition.
Scientifically it is proven that fitness is 70% of what you eat.
Diet varies from person to person. For desired results, diet needs to be tailored depending on various factors.
I also get many online queries from my clients about superfoods; they have a prevailing assumption that to be fit, it is necessary to have superfoods. Vegetables and fruits available locally are enough to nourish us, make us strong.
Everybody nowadays has so much extra information about food that sometimes it is difficult for them to understand where and how to implement it.
As a dietitian, I try to nullify those errors while making a diet plan.
I feel happy to hear from people that it is working; it is different. It brings a big smile to my face when they say that we enjoy dieting.