Although there are many natural and alternative therapies that can help a lot to maintain good health, there is no doubt that diet is the healthiest, healthiest, and even least aggressive therapy that exists.
However, it is to some extent important that the diet is adapted to the needs and requirements of each person, since some ailments require that some foods be adequate, and others on the contrary totally discouraged.
Nor should we forget that, today, many people have allergies or intolerances to some products.
For these and many other reasons, if we want to use diet as therapy, or if we want to start or follow a certain regimen permanently to prevent various diseases, it is best to consult a nutritionist.
They, like the dietician himself, are in charge of designing totally personalized diets according to weight, needs, age, body mass index, tastes or goals of each person, without forgetting –of course- of metabolism.
They also take into account whether or not the person needs to take some type of nutritional supplement with which to try to avoid any deficiency, or simply to help the subject improve health.
As we have seen, for example, with the article that we dedicate to Zen nutrition or naturopathic diet therapy , there are many currents (many of those very old) that are based on food as therapy and that, how could it be less, are equally valid, being healthy for health.
The question in these cases is to try to compensate for the intake of different foods, in order to avoid a lack of vitamins and minerals by not eating a certain group.