We are all different.
This is one of the reasons why great health practitioners use an outcome-based, decision-making approach when it comes to their clients. The true answers lie within the individual’s outcome or response to the solution.
One of the most common questions I get is, “What’s the best diet?” This is usually followed by, "What’s the best exercise?" So, my initial response is, “it depends”, which people are always thrilled to hear.
Paul Chek, world-renown holistic health practitioner, once said, “There is no such thing as an incorrect exercise—only incorrect exercise prescriptions.”
I would argue that, with the assistance of a nutritionists or dietitian, you could also apply this to dieting.