There are some important considerations, to be made in order to design a diet plan. To consider any diet plan or to implement any diet plan, knowing these factors, can help in better implementation and understanding. The better we understand these considerations, the better result can be expected from the diet plans.
Genetic factors like height, skin texture, body pattern, etc, are important criterion for selection. People with more height, may require different diet plan, when compared to those, whose height is less.
Few other factors like body shape, size, etc, might actually be influenced by the parent’s genes. A person who is genetically fat, can try all means like workout, exercise, yoga, diet, etc, but there will be hardly any effect seen on his weight. Such people should avoid trying too many procedures and just concentrate on being fit, rather than looking slim and handsome.
A person to weigh more has two reasons. A person may weigh more, because his body has lot of accumulated fat and carbohydrates, which have resulted into increased weight of that person. In this case, workouts, exercises and diets can significantly help in reducing weight and increasing fitness and activeness of that person.
The other reason is that, the person might naturally be heavy by weight. Few people are either born heavy or they gain excessive weight after a particular age, such people are affected with heavy bone weight concerns. Such people should not experiment too much with respect to diet and exercise.
Age is an important factor as different food habits are adapted at various stages of life. Dieting should be avoided for children below the age of 16 years. Excessive dieting can lead to malnutrition in children. While women and men, between the age of 20 years and 45 years, should give special consideration for dieting. They generally have an extensive routine to follow diet strictly in order to remain fit and healthy in that age group. Excessive dieting in women can lead to weakness and other health concerns.