Why are modern people obsessed with diet ideas? Why does everyone have this timeless desire to feel special? This obsession guides us to follow a diet or a particular health guru, confident that it will guarantee some change. In this way, we ignore our natural instincts and the illusion of perfection destroys our own self.
This fantasy, your brain chimera, affects both your reality and your subconscious. Eating the wrong food, checking labels anxiously, and the constant fear of always living on the edge-is this what you wanted from your health journey?
Many young people seeking a particular perspective, feeling healthy, or hiding one of many addictions fall into deep holes in extreme diets and trendy diet protocols. This desire for health and attention is one of the biggest reasons why 70% of young people suffer from at least one form of eating disorder or mental health problem.
So what is waiting for us at the end of this difficult road? Let’s dig deeper:
Commerce products were introduced to consumers in the early 1950s. And one such product was vegetable oil and margarine (hydrogenated fat), which marked the beginning of “fat loss”.
Soon, people were given misleading information about good fats, animal proteins, and some cooked fats such as butter and ghee. Companies had both profit and health in mind, but this “avoid fat” movement made people delusional about their health.
They began to take calories seriously, reduced fat, and pendulum-like between meals. It was a journey to find a diet that did not contain any fat.
2Body dysmorphic disorder
Is the mirror in your room an enemy? There may be borderline image dysmorphism. People are unaware of the fact that our brain is 48% cholesterol. There are many studies demonstrating that dietary fat and cholesterol deficiencies often lead to a condition called body image dysplasia. Individuals suffering from this condition have a distorted presence and often project physical anxiety that does not even exist or is ideally not worth mentioning.
Physical attributes may become obsessive and one’s sanity may begin to collapse. For example, a lean girl may not feel high on herself and may try to lose weight, or an overweight person may think she is a healthy weight. You may also be obsessed with diets, diet plans, and fat in foods. Therefore, this brain dysfunction can distort reality and further afflict those who suffer from the condition.
3Annoying behavior patterns
Pay attention to the youth. Do they look strange? When asked about their daily calorie intake, the reply confuses you. Modern humans are delusional and often reach out to that illusion of perfect health. Switching from one diet to another, ridiculous fasting protocols and practices such as keto, veganism, fruitarianism, and a seed-only diet caused havoc on their bodies.
A Harvard study shows that deficiencies in certain nutrients, such as cholesterol, can lead to anger attacks, extreme tattoos, anger problems, sexual abuse, drugs, and even depression. The largest drug, anticholesterol, is often seen as the cause behind these self-destructive tendencies in older and younger adults taking these drugs.
Cognitive distortion interferes with rational thinking and the practitioner’s thinking. Distorted reality, unrealistic goal setting, and negative thinking patterns are some of the visible symptoms. People with cognitive distortions find themselves trapped in false perceptions of reality.
Myelin, a complex neural network that covers the central nervous system, is a thick layer that protects the brain. Fat and cholesterol are required for myelin to function properly. People who follow a strict diet and focus on the image of appearance are deficient in dietary fat and HDL (good cholesterol) in their diet.
A long-term lack of fat starves myelin, which causes the parasympathetic nervous system. Depression, anger problems, and irrational thoughts begin to spread. For example, observe long-term vegans and their speech problems.
Cataclysmic events with roots in childhood ultimately cause some form of eating disorder. Actions to regain self-destructive activity such as bulimia nervosa, loss of appetite, and self-induced vomiting, laxative abuse, social media, and sexual activity are implications that no one likes to talk about.
Past trauma and extreme diets are some of the main causes detected. Statistical data on bulimia nervosa show that 1.7% to 2.0% of adult women and 0.5 to 0.7% of men suffer from lifelong eating disorders and are visiting rehabilitation to combat recurrence worldwide. It shows that. In addition, the data also show that 17% of recovered subjects are more likely to relapse.
People who suffer from eating disorders escape front-line diagnosis and are confused with those who are simply losing weight due to stress or some workload. Psychotherapy and full family support are some of the surest ways to help a patient.
6Amenorrhea and hair epidemic
It’s just as disappointing to see it praise the absurdity as much as we want to admit how social media created the unusual gig. Strange online activities that have gradually become a trend include fat acceptance (even if it kills you), hair, acne acceptance, beauty DIY, and loss of the menstrual cycle. Yes, you are reading it correctly – loss of time.
Many influencers online see this as a normal biological process and a way to achieve greater consciousness. Medical journals diagnose this condition as amenorrhea. Very similar to anorexia nervosa, subjects lose their period due to malnutrition and malabsorption and develop hair. This condition reaches its severity when an individual is declared infertile or infertile.
There is a strange war between the obvious hoax and some hoaxes, and there is a shift between signals in the body and deep indoctrination. Modern humans prefer to hear half-hearted information, unlike Paleolithic apes who listened to their survival instincts.
Extreme diets, strict health protocols, and what are all these for? This is just to strip off the skin we should be on and to wear something that is biologically and mentally quite strange to our true self.
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Author: Vineeta Tiwari
Vineeta Tiwari is a passionate writer and side project enthusiast. She has been involved in the creation of digital content for over 6 years and enjoys writing intensive research-based articles on health and wellness, life skills, ut-brain axis, and the latest dietary and health facts. Apart from this, Global Economic & Career is another domain of her interest. As a side project, she is also involved in an Indian government project aimed at educating and uplifting students from rural areas.Read a book about Multidis