The practice of dieting has become an epidemic; everyone is looking out for a way to attain that perfect body. We are all different with respect to our ethnicity, genetics, family history, gender, age, physical and mental and spiritual health status, lifestyles and preferences. Thereby we also differ in what foods we tolerate or are sensitive to. So we really cannot reduce so many complexities into one diet or diet book. This explains the failure of diets across the world in curbing obesity. Unless the reasons for weight gain are well understood and addressed and unless habits are changed permanently, no diet is likely to succeed.
What is the most logical and rational inference that can be made from the above passage?
- Obesity has become an epidemic all over the world.
- A lot of people are obsessed with attaining a perfect body.
- Obesity is essentially an incurable disease.
- There is no perfect diet or one solution for obesity.
The correct option is D.