Delicious, complex, favorite food is really necessary for all of us. Prohibitions and restrictions on gustatory sensations inevitably end in "food breakdowns". Eating behavior gradually becomes restrictive, "all or nothing". Normal eating behavior is distinguished by a sufficient variety of dishes and tastes with a beneficial combination of them, in terms of satiety, energy value and volume (taste is not discussed, it is required). The body, normally, knows what, when and how much it wants. Such lucky ones eat tasty and satisfying, and remain slim, they simply have not stopped "hearing" themselves. Things get more complicated when this sense is lost due to eating disorders. It can be normalized through awareness and an attentive, respectful attitude towards your needs. In general, chicken breast with celery can also be cooked very tasty!)) Yalovegi.ru.
The answer is very simple - no way. Vendors of diets, "nutritional plans" and magic jars of "meal replacement" try to convince us that food is only about filling the energy deficit in the body. In other words, with some effort, a person is able to eat anything, as long as it provides a sufficient amount of energy. In fact, this is not true, which has been known in science for a long time. There is a rather large element of hedonism in food, in other words, we eat not only in order to survive, but also for the sake of enjoying tastes, so that our senses - smell, sight, touch, taste - experience certain sensations. We need these sensations in order to get full saturation. The first observations on this matter were made back in the 60s. and subsequently their results came to be called the theory of sensory-specific saturation. According to this theory, if you have a (biologically determined) need for a certain type of product, but for reasons of "usefulness", you are trying to replace it with another product, the chances of overeating increase many times over - you will feel the need to continue eating a tasteless substitute "in search of" the necessary sensations. “Let's take another bite,” the organism whispers, “suddenly the next piece contains what we need!”. So if you're craving a steak and almond cake and you're trying to chew on celery and chicken breast, you're likely to experience a disastrous food "breakdown" - binge bout - in the near future. The way out can be found if you start to practice intuitive and / or mindful eating. You can read about intuitive eating here: intueat.ru.