How to Tell if Your Diet πŸŸπŸ•πŸŒ­ is Too Harsh for Your Body πŸ˜–πŸ‘ŽπŸΌ ...


It's good to eat well and avoid junk food, but some people take it too far and cut too many foods out of their diet.

And this can be unhealthy in its own way.

Eating a diet that's too harsh can mean you don't get the essential nutrients that your body needs, which is both physically and mentally unhealthy.

These are some indications that your diet could be too extreme …

1. Do You Avoid Eating with Other People

One indication that you're taking your diet too far is if you avoid eating in front of other people.2

Perhaps you don't want them to see how little you eat, or you're afraid that they will encourage you to eat high-calorie foods.

Maybe you want to avoid meals altogether.

If you don't like eating when other people are around, that's very concerning.

2. You're Not Feeling 100%

You may want to eat a healthy diet or lose weight, but if you're still not feeling 100% that could suggest that you've gone too far.

If you have low energy, your skin is not in good condition, or your periods have stopped, your weight may have dipped too low or you could be missing out on the nutrients that are vital to maintain your energy and health.

3. Have You Cut a Lot of Foods out of Your Diet

Very restrictive diets are not good news.

So if you've cut a lot of different foods out of your diet, you may be going too far.

Restricted diets should only be done under the guidance of your doctor, for example to see if you have a food intolerance.

Your body needs a variety of foods, so make sure that you are getting all the right nutrients and not missing out too much.

4. You're Losing Weight Very Fast

Dropping weight very fast is the wrong way to go about weight loss.

Assuming that you do need to lose weight, this should be done gradually.

Crash diets are wrong for your body and don't address any psychological issues you have with food.

So never try to lose weight in a hurry, such as for a special occasion.

It should be done slowly and steadily instead.

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