Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Diet"

The meaning of "Diet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does no-fat diet mean?
A: It just means that you have to stop eating any food that contains fat...
Q: What does A balanced diet consists of various elements, among them are animal products. mean?
A: バランスの取れた食事は色々なもので構成されています。その中の一つは動物製品です。
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Q: What does Unable to stick to his diet, the indulgent clerk ate 20 chocolate bars in a row. In this sentence, what's the meaning of "indulgent"? mean?
A: It means to be lenient with someone or something. In this case he was lenient to himself by letting himself have the chocolate bars.
Q: What does You can’t out-exercise a bad diet mean?
A: I am not sure of the exact grammar rule, but I'll try and explain it with some context.

Here's an example of the "out-verb" format:
I can out-swim you = I can swim faster than you
I can out run you = I can run faster than you

I can out exercise a bad diet = I can exercise so much, that even if I eat badly, I will still lose weight.

I'm not sure if this will make it any clearer, but hopefully it does :)

Q: What does It’s like a diet ; you have good intension in the morning and then you’re like , There went that mean?
A: You have good intentions in the morning = at the beginning of the day, you intend to follow your diet
and then you're like, there went that = some time during the day, you break your promise and eat something else; "there went that (= my intention)"

Example sentences using "Diet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I don't have a healthy diet. I almost never eat vegetables, fruits like grapes, pineapple, onion, tomato and strawberry. I love candys, pie, cake, chocolate, ice cream. Almost never i walking in my
neighborhood and i want to healthy life..
A: I believe you want to know if your sentences are correct.

Instead of candys say candies. And change the last sentence to ‘I almost never walk in the streets of my neighbourhood but I want to live a healthy life.’
Q: Please show me example sentences with go on a diet.
A: Go on a diet means you'll lower your portions or not eat a certain food to make you lose weight.
Examples:
"I can't eat junk food because I'm on a diet"
"Rice is not part of my diet."
"I will go on a diet until I get my desired weight"
"I'm gaining weight, I should go on a diet"
"Due to a doctor's note, I should go on a diet"
"My parents advised me to go on a diet before my wedding"
Q: Please show me example sentences with healthy diet.
A: To live a healthy life one should have a healthy diet.

Synonyms of "Diet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between diet and food ?
A: Diet is your eating habit.

If you don't usually eat a lot of food, you can say that you have a small diet.

If you are on a diet, it means that you are controlling your eating habit.

Food is the stuff that you eat, like rice, fish, fried chicken and soup.

Q: What is the difference between He decided to go on a diet. and He was determined to make a diet. ?
A: 1.He decided to go on a diet means he's choosing what foods to eat because he's trying to achieve a goal. perhaps he's trying to lose weight or maybe gain weight or maybe even for other reasons pertaining to health
He is actually going to do this..

Make a diet would mean he is trying to put together a plan (creating /making a diet plan)
Q: What is the difference between diet and dish and meal and cuisine ?
A: "Dish" and "meal" are something you eat once and are done with. "Dish" is more formal than "meal".
In Japanese: ご飯

Example:
Tonight's dish is steak and potatoes.
My meal this morning was oatmeal.

"Diet" is more like the meals you have regularly over a long period of time. It usually means you're trying to lose weight, but not always.
In Japanese: 食 (I think)

Examples:
I went on a new diet this month, and I can only eat celery and turkey.
His diet is mostly McDonalds and Burger King.
Have you tried the All Sushi Diet? It's expensive, but delicious!

"Cuisine" is like a category for food.
In Japanese: 料理

Last night, we had Chinese cuisine, and the dumplings were delicious.
I heard that snails are considered French cuisine.
American cuisine isn't just hamburgers, you know!
Q: What is the difference between You can go on a diet. and You could go on a diet. ?
A: Normally people use both "can" and "could". Even as a native speaker it's hard to tell the difference. Here "can" gives an impression that you are saying there is a possibility of going on a diet. Whereas the second sentence makes it sound like you are suggesting for them to go on a diet. "could" can be used as past tense of "can" or to suggest that there is the possibility of something happening in the future but you are unsure.
Q: What is the difference between diet and food ?
A: Diet is usually something you start doing on a daily basis to become more healthy or achieve a goal you wish as for food it would simply be anything you can eat

Translations of "Diet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say I'm on 〇〇 diet?
A: So those phrases “go keto” “go vegan”
Are usually telling people to go on a ——- diet
So you might read something like “ I feel much better after I stopped eating meat. Go vegetarian!”

If I asked you what diet you were on you would say “ I am on a vegetarian diet.”

You would not say “go vegetarian”

I hope this helped you!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? If I'm temporarily on a diet is it correct to say: I'm sticking to my diet and I'm not eating after 6pm.
A: Yes that’s correct
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is it right to say : have you ever had a diet?
A: yes, i’d say have you ever been on a diet before?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? diet
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? そのセリフ、ダイエットしない人が言うセリフだよ!(diet from tomorrowに対して)
A: @jollydinnie: @SamiX27: @risa_546:

Other questions about "Diet"

Q: "Balanced diet is to provides us with nutrition which develops our body to repair decay of our body & gives strength to our body." does this sound natural?
A: 1. The verb right after "to" needs to be in its base form. This is because of to-infinitive grammar rule.
Reference: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar/verbs/infinitive
http://www.ef.com/english-resources/english-grammar/infinitive/

2. "which develops our body to repair decay of our body..."
That part doesn't make sense at all (although it's grammatically correct). How does "developing your body" helps to repair...? Developing your body is developing your body, repairing is repairing. There is no link.
If you want to make a link, you've to link it. i.e. which develops our body the ability to repair damaged cells and gives us strength.

3. Try not to repeat any words in a sentence.
Q: A : She diets constantly with no success.
B : She diets constantly without success.

Can I change A to B?
A: yep they are both correct
Q: i have started a diet a short ago does this sound natural?
A: In English, we normally don't say "I *have* started." Usually, you would just say "I started." A more natural sentence would be, "I started a diet a short while ago," or even more naturally, "I recently started a diet."
Q: I decided to go on a diet try to lose some weight. does this sound natural?
A: It's more natural if its: ​​I decided to go on a diet to lose some weight. :)
Q: I am on an diet now so I don't feel like having something at this late night. does this sound natural?
A: I'm on a diet right now so I don't feel like having anything this late at night.

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