"Did I Eat That” is a jocular backronym (back acronym) that is sometimes given for the word “diet.” The backronym was popularized in the book title D.I.E.T.: Did I Eat That : The Finding of Myself the Lossing of 135 Pounds (1995) by Judy Minnis Cowart.
From Old French diete, from Medieval Latin dieta “daily allowance, regulation, daily order”, from Ancient Greek δίαιτα (diaita).
1. The food and beverage a person or animal consumes.
2. (countable) A controlled regimen of food and drink, as to gain or lose weight or otherwise influence health.
3. By extension, any habitual intake or consumption.
Title D.I.E.T.: Did I Eat That : The Finding of Myself the Lossing of 135 Pounds
Author Judy Minnis Cowart
Publisher C C Production, 1995
ISBN 0964407302, 9780964407305
Length 150 pages
DIET = “Did I Eat That?”: Apple and Nectarine Crisp, http://bit.ly/4DjvZh
6:57 PM - 9 Sep 09
Is diet an acronym for Did I Eat THAT?
1:27 PM - 17 May 10
DIET stands for Did I Eat That
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Fox Valley (IL) magazine
D.I.E.T - Did I Eat THAT?
By Poliquin™ Editorial Staff 12/15/2012 10:04:00
Eliminate ALL processed foods from your diet in favor of whole foods for better body composition and well being. Eating whole foods is one of the easiest and most effective ways of shedding fat and getting the physique you desire.
04-09-2013 10:44 PM
Did I Eat That? D.I.E.T.
People are doing the best they can to stay fit. As much as possible we all want to remain slim and have firm bodies. We take a lot supplements, diet pills, exercise plans just for us to maintain if not gain the type of body that we desire or dream of. We may not be able to determine which of the things that we have been doing are “nutrition myths”.