I will write this with my own experience. I have been in this place more too often and I think it is quite right to let the readers know out of my experience so that they have a real premise in their minds before they start to imagine that they are fictitiously imagining something a little too much for them.
A diet too restrictive is a no-no:
It all started when I wanted to lose weight and I started an extremely strict diet for myself. I was allowed only half of what I generally eat and exactly what I was never too passionate about eating. I had the best intentions in mind but one can understand when you want to accelerate the process so that you get there faster!
This is extremely counterproductive. Once you fall into this swift diet and very rigid diet plans, it is more than obvious that you will break your resolutions much faster than what you would when the diet was slightly more accommodative and relaxed.
Excluding natural sugars is like inviting doom:
Processed sugars must be avoided but you can allow yourself to eat a little every few days lest you do not start to get the withdrawal effect. Natural sugars in food like fruits must be consumed because the body treats them differently. Also, consumption of whole fruits is responsible for the fiber that your body needs for its metabolic activities.
Keep away from unhealthy options:
Keep the wrong foods at bay. Repeated looking at them sitting in jars can be very tempting. If you have people who are eating the wrong foods in front of you that can make your diet go kaapooshh.
I have tried and failed. This time thanks to all the information that I found on MOVOMOVO I intend to start an intelligent diet that will help me lose and in the long term. Wish me luck, please!