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Maintaining a strict diet can be challenging, especially when it comes to avoiding certain foods or restricting calorie intake. While a healthy diet is essential for physical well-being, it is equally important to prioritize mental health and emotional well-being. The pressure to follow a strict diet can cause stress, anxiety, and guilt, which can have negative impacts on mental and emotional health. By allowing oneself to indulge in moderation and not feeling guilty for occasional indulgences, it can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
Dr Eileen Canday, HOD, Nutrition and Dietetics, Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre, says, “In this contemporary world where obesity is an epidemic, everybody wants to be healthy and fit. One common way that people want to achieve that is through following a quick fix diet also called fad diets that will help them achieve their weight loss goals quickly. These highly restrictive unbalanced diets often lead to side effects like fatigue, weakness, constipation, headaches, due to the inadequate intake of nutrients.”
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