Proper diet means eating the right kind of food from the food pyramid, meaning more of fruits & vegetables, then just the enough energy food like bread and cereals, then lesser of the proteins and oils (meats and fish), no transfat/saturated fat/cholesterol-laden food.
All I can say is that you need to have a lot of descipline and that is a proper diet.
One which consists of a daily diet of protein, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins.
I think the best way of eating is the Mediterranean diet because it includes a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and olive oil . Of course you need daily personal training.
The four basic building blocks of a healthy diet are water, complex carbohydrates, proteins and fats. The proper balance of these essential elements is necessary for good health. Also, necessary for optimum health are nutrients that together are classified as "micronutrients" (these are the vitamins and minerals). Also, here is a cool resource with summarized lists on the subject (e.g. 10 superfoods, 10 golden rules for healthy eating, 5 ways we poison ourselves with food, etc.):
Good nutrition/diet means “maintaining a nutritional status that enables us to grow well and enjoy good health”
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healthy diet means eat nutritional and healthy foods, vitamins and minerals
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The title is something of a misnomer. There is no such thing as 'the' proper diet for every individual. Nevertheless, all humans are similar enough that there are broad categories, and many specifics, that are correct...
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