This is my first question on Health, but I've used Stackoverflow for many years. Thanks for reading!
I am not a nutritionist, I don't study the field. I am just wondering about a diet I recently thought of.
Here's the rational behind, I'm just going with a common sense feeling, and what I state as the rationale behind might be wrong, but here it is. I believe lipids give 9 units of energy and are slow burning, and sugars give 4 units of energy and are fast burning. (I can't find the source of those units of 9 and 4 "energy units", but it sticked, if someone can let me know where it might be coming from)
Breakfast: eat fatty cheese only, e.g. Brie for example, 30% fat, with coffee. That gives me a good slow burning energy base to start the day with, and with the coffee I can avoid feeling hungry until 12-13.
Lunch time: eat a full meal from any restaurant, with enough calories to continue through the day. Can be anything.
Dinner time: eat soup based food, vegetables, salad. carrots, celeries, lentils, water, tomatoes, olives, etc.
After doing this for 2 weeks, I actually had some positive results, been losing some weight.
Does that diet make any sense?