, 2023-01-01 02:29:00,
There is a smorgasbord of options to sink one’s teeth into:
Multiple choices do not make decisions easy. It’s quite the opposite in most instances. Assessing the competing claims of these various options can be a recipe for indigestion. A business framework approach to dieting suggests that the decision is along three axes:
- What to eat (fruits, vegetables, carbs, proteins).
The quantity question has been researched since the 1930s, and studies have shown the benefits of reducing calories. Data is available in microbes, multiple animals, and in humans. Reduced intake provides many benefits that we seek – weight loss, a desirable biochemistry profile, and healthy aging. (Please note that aging benefits in humans are deduced based on improved biochemistry markers and not proven directly.) Our hunger for optimisation, however, makes us forage beyond this simple and proven intervention.
The debate turns spicy at ‘what to eat’. Proteins, carbs, fats? From animals, plants, dairy? Each diet has its own supporters who are ready to devour the arguments of the other camps. The conflict exists because the data is confusing….
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