Are you following someone else’s diet?

INFS

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Dieting Psychology
By Aditya Mahajan

You shouldn’t because: You don’t burn calories as they do. You don’t train the way they do. Your body fat percentage is different. Your metabolism differs. You’re genetically different. There’s no one-size-fits-all plan. If something works for one person, it by no way means that it’ll work for you. We all are built differently. We have different needs. If you follow someone else’s path, how would you reach your destination? If their body composition isn’t as same as yours, what makes you think, what worked for them will work for you? Following someone else’s diet can hinder your fitness goals. Your body is a dynamic system. It is not static, and it changes over time. Your diet needs to be adjusted and monitored according to your goals, not someone else’s. Your diet will require modifications as you follow it for a period of time, your eating habits will change. These modifications are specific to each individual, depending on the response of their body. Find what works for you and adhere to it. Have you ever followed someone else’s diet before? Tell us in the comments section below. #keto #cardio #healthyliving #like #muscle #fatloss #sehat #one #foodporn #slimmingworld #love #fitnessmodel #protein #gymlife #cleaneating #lnfs #follow #fitspo #wellness #strong #instafood #lowcarb #fitnessaddict #tipsdiet #foodie #vegan #personaltrainer #weightlosstransformation #transformation
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