A Complete Diet Entry 1 Lesson
The first diet originated with the Fortunate Colonizers, who was struggling with hunger pangs and malnutrition during the colonial war. Because their situation was so desperate, they began to experiment with new diets in an attempt to find something that would help them. These diets did not last long; however, many people swear by the diets that were established during this time. The most popular of these diets was the grapefruit diet, also known as the Pritikin diet. Others include the cabbage diet and the wheat diet.
The most common entry for a diet list is the verb of restrict or disallow. This shows up on more diet lists than any other verb. This verb of limitation is usually related to the verb “to limit” and can be used as a reminder that you need to limit the amount of the things that you are eating.
The next common verb that shows up on a diet list is disallowed. This verb of restriction, in the context of a diet, is used to remind you that you should keep off certain foods or items. For example, if you are reading a diet plan, and the first item that you are forbidden to have is ice cream, then you probably should refrain from doing so. This sentence clearly indicates what the correct verb of diet should be used to indicate.
Another commonly found verb of diet is perchance. This shows up on more weight loss diet lists than any other verb, again because it indicates that you should try to consume fewer calories. This does not suggest that you should count the calories you consume, but it does suggest that you should try to consume fewer calories. For example, if your daily diet consists largely of either beef or coconut, you should consider limiting your consumption of either one of them. However, you should limit your consumption of coconut oil, since it contains saturated fats.
The last common verb that shows up on many weight loss diet lists is dispensed with. This shows up in sentences that simply say that you should eliminate certain foods from your diet. For example, if you are following a diet plan that requires you to eat fruits every day, but you also want to make people eat fewer calories, you should say that you will eliminate fruits from your diet. On this same principle, if you are following a diet that requires you to eat vegetables every day, but you also want people to eat fewer calories, you should say that you will dispense vegetables to them. Many people think that this means that they are going to have to give up eating vegetables, but that is not necessarily the case. In fact, by dispensing vegetables to people, you are actually increasing their intake of vegetables and thereby helping them to reduce their calories even more.
That completes our first diet entry 1 lesson! To keep scrolling back, you should learn about how to use other parts of a sentence to keep your readers interested and motivated to stick to your diet. You should also learn how to use one word to describe a set of activities rather than single words to describe them. Finally, make sure to learn about how to end a sentence and what should happen after you finish using a verb. That should give you plenty of practice when writing!