I say diet fairly loosely... it's not the typical diet to lose weight.
I have sensory issues, and so my diet consists of foods I like to eat and can easily make. Which usually means I make the same things over and over. It can be tedious, but it's something. Some things that I eat I will be able to eat for a while, and then the
next day will 'fall out of favour' and I can't stand for an unspecified
amount of time.
The restrictions in my diet is mostly sensory related. I do NOT follow a GFCF diet, nor do I particularly care whether my food is organic.
I have found I can't eat soy products, large quantities of nuts, chickpeas, lentils, red food colouring and artificial sweeteners, for more medical reasons. I should probably also avoid edible flowers, given that I'm allergic to pollen.
For sensory reasons, I don't eat dark meat (with the occasional exception to grilled pork), olives, peppers, whole tomatoes (has to be tomato soup-like), raw onion (has to be onion powder, with the exception of onion bhaji), mushrooms, zucchini, and rhubarb.
There's probably more, but that's what I remember right now.
I eat mostly frozen vegetables, chicken breasts, rice, milk, potatoes, and some fish. I also like a certain type of ham. I use mostly frozen vegetables and meat because it's easier to keep at the rate I consume them, and more cost efficient. I'm on social assistance, and have only half a fridge to keep my food. I also use a lot of pre-packaged spices and sauces, and use my slow cooker a lot.
In short, all of these are my avoiding diets:
Tomatoes (chunks), peppers (chunks), onions (chunks), olives, dark and ground up meat, mushrooms, rhubarb, zucchini, liver, raw fish (think sushi)
Soy, nuts (quantity), lentils, chickpeas, beans, milk over 2% (quantity), cream (quantity)
artificial sweeteners, red food dye, edible flowers