Foods You Don’t Like
If your current diet includes regularly having food that you don’t like, you’re possibly not going to be following that diet plan for very long.
If special food doesn’t taste best, there’s no rule that says you have to eat it. Yes, it might have a number of nutritional benefits, but there is no way you’d want to keep eating certain food items you dislike just because they’re “good” for you.
Conformity and reliability matter a lot more than the specific food items you’re eating.
Food items That Take You Out of An Energy Deficit
To reduce fat, you need an energy deficit. But some persons find that having certain “trigger foods” will set them off on junk food items that can last anywhere from a few hours to several days.
for instance: If there is a packet of custard creams in my kitchen, the chances are very high that they won’t be here this time tomorrow.
Unlike people, who has the uncanny capability to feed on just one or two, and then put them back in the cabinet.
So, when I’m trying to reduce fat, I make sure there are no custard products in the house.
If there is a specific food that regularly pushes you outside your macronutrient goals, then do almost everything achievable to avoid it.
Foods That Make You Feel Bad
There are certain food items that will leave you feeling negative. If so, cut back or cut them out fully. Examples from my own experience:
Many months ago, I used to take in a lot of milk. When I tried cutting it out of my diet plan, I felt a lot much better. I still take in some, but nowhere near as much as I used to.
If I take in a lot of carbs in the morning, I feel tired and sleepy. And a big breakfast tends to make me hungrier than having nothing at all. Which is why I eat most of my carbs towards the end of the day.
If there is a certain food that leaves you feeling tired, sluggish, hungry or one thing else that you don’t want to really feel, then don’t take it.