Notably, diets are never an outgoing fashion in this world. Thus, this is to say that various diets have been on trend but they are only replaced by one another. Till 2016 Paleo was all the rage and then came Keto. However, Gwyneth Paltrow made the Goop diet for cleansing and detox and it turned to be pretty popular. On the other hand, the Alkaline diet was quite a rage too. To clarify, the Atkins diet seems ancient by comparison.
The fitness coach AK Abhinav says, “Diets do not work for everyone. Also, diets alone cannot help achieve any of your health or fitness goals.” He further explains that most of the food that we consume is processed to reside in our musculature in the form of creatine phosphate, glycogen, and glucose. Later, he states that our muscular system needs appropriate stimuli in order to assimilate nutrients and build energy stores in the muscles, which ultimately results in optimal health and fitness. A lack of physical exercise results in these energy stores being accumulated as fat in our bodies.
Thus, this can be said that just because a particular diet works for your friend, does not signify that it will definitely work for you as well. So, every diet needs personalization as per the needs of a person. Thus, this is the main reason why professional guidance is of great importance. However, the other thing that is rarely discussed when it comes to diets is how easy it is to deviate away from it and sneak in cheat meals. Priyam Naik, a dietician says, “One major drawback of diet plans like Paleo, Keto, South Beach, Zone, etc. is that they are a long-term commitment. The early weight loss effect of low-calorie diets decreases over time.”
Significantly, these diets have developed on the basis of arithmetic of energy depletion and depletion. Thus, it can not be said that it has no chronic effects on the human body’s organ systems. They have been designed grossly to meet the human body’s energy needs in the modern world.