Cannot be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet

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Is it true that you can pretty much have a portion of any food or drink so long as it's part of a balanced diet?

Or are there some foods/drink that are so unhealthy that you can't even do that? If so, give examples please.
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(Original post by Autistic Merit)
Is it true that you can pretty much have a portion of any food or drink so long as it's part of a balanced diet?

Or are there some foods/drink that are so unhealthy that you can't even do that? If so, give examples please.
I'd prefer the term lifestyle as opposed to diet, as diets are usually temporary.

But yes of course, I live a healthy lifestyle and exercise and treat myself on weekends. Although I find a lot of unhealthy food to be disgusting now, but I love those Viennese foxes biscuits

Just don't eat ****ty food every day, especially fizzy drinks, empty calories.
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Please refrain from drinking bleach. It doesn't fit well in a balanced diet


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sure, but it won't give you a six pack, or be ripped if that's what you're aiming for
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I don't think there is. I think all food in moderation can give a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. I would recommend cutting down on bread as flour is the worst possible substance for your teeth.
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For balancing the diet there are several food and drinks in which we adopt some and reject to some food to balance our diet. You have to trick to your several taste buds, find in which food you can find the more calories, avoid the high calorie food, avoid sugar from your diet, instead of sugar you can take jaggery or honey, take Himalayan salt in your food which is good for health. Avoid the dairy products, be afraid of the food that is made by your own specially sweet dishes.
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Of course you can. Feed the body to feed the soul.
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Don't try gorging on 1,900 calorie fry-ups :ashamed:
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(Original post by JeffreyPhelps)
For balancing the diet there are several food and drinks in which we adopt some and reject to some food to balance our diet. You have to trick to your several taste buds, find in which food you can find the more calories, avoid the high calorie food, avoid sugar from your diet, instead of sugar you can take jaggery or honey, take Himalayan salt in your food which is good for health. Avoid the dairy products, be afraid of the food that is made by your own specially sweet dishes.

Honey is pretty much pure sugar.
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There are lots of things that are basically just empty calories, with absolutely no goodness whatsoever. Mainly crisps, sweets and fizzy drinks. You really would be better off avoiding them entirely.

But pretty much anything else is ok, if, as you say, you moderate the rest of your diet to accommodate it. Even a big greasy fry up is ok once in a while if you just have a light dinner with plenty of vegetables to balance it out.
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