To be sustainable, for most of us, our eating plans must have some variety. They must fit the budget. They must give leeway for $0.59 tacos once in a while, at least until you can get your thinking changed. They must include food you like.
There are people such as myself who hate fish. Many diets suggest eating lots of fish. Those diets have to have alternatives. Some people just do not like many vegetables. Vegetables are the low-calorie mainstay of diet eating plans. They fill you up with low calories. In fact, a Weight Watcher leader (yes, I even tried Weight Watchers) said that you can’t get fat eating vegetables.
Some people don’t like eggs. Some don’t like other ingredients in an eating plan. For those plans to work they must offer alternatives.
So far, I have not found a totally 100% sustainable eating plan. Maybe you can eat 3 to 4 eggs and an apple every breakfast, as Kris Gunnars of AuthorityNutrition does. I just can’t do it, and Charlene doesn’t like eggs that much. (She fixes my breakfast—thanks babe).