"What Is an Ideal Diet?"

Actually speaking, no one can put a finger on what an ideal diet exactly is. Now, if you  were  to  ask someone  what  a  healthy  diet is, that  could  be  easily answered. But to know about an ideal diet, you need to see the individual itself. Ideal diets are much related to the kind of lifestyle the person leads, their age, their gender, their level of physical activity during the day and even their geographical region and climate.     

The first thing that must be answered here is the level of calories that any person must take.  This, of  course, varies  from person to person, mainly depending on their level  of  physical  activity. The  following chart  shows different  kinds of people, characterized by various things, and the amount of calories that they need during the day, which would constitute an ideal diet for them.

Ideal  diet depends from person to person, but  there  are  some  similarities  that apply to every person:

  •  The diet should have enough carbohydrates, but not an excess of it. Excess of carbohydrates can cause buildup of glucose in the body.
  •  Foods fried  in oil  must be  minimally used. There  should  be  just one serving of a fried food per day, if at all.
  •  Green  veggies must be  a  part  of  the  meal. The  general  rule is that  foods with better colors are  more nutritious, though there are some  exceptions both ways. i.e., There are  foods  with no colors that  are  nutritious (example, cabbage) and foods with colors that aren‟t (there‟s a whole long list of them).
  •  Lean meats should be preferred. It is very harmful to have a meal that is laden with non-vegetarian foods but isn‟t balanced with vegetables.
  •  Cooking should be just enough and must retain the natural flavors of the foods. Though spices make the foods taste better, they also destroy some nutrients and hence they should be used stingily.
  •  Synthetic materials should be completely avoided.

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