Monday, 21 January, 2019

Forget keto - the Mediterranean diet was just named the best for 2019

These Are the 5 Best Diets for 2019, According to Experts The best overall diets for 2019
Gustavo Carr | 07 January, 2019, 02:15

The Mediterranean diet got the top ranking in U.S. News' list.

Every year, U.S. News & World Report enlists nutritionists, dietary consultants, and physicians to analyze popular diets and create seven rankings based on weight-loss potential, ease, etc. The diet has always been linked to many health benefits, including lower risks of cancer and heart disease, better kidney health and a healthier gut. The Mediterranean diet was also ranked high in multiple categories including: Easiest Diets to Follow, Best Diets for Healthy Eating, Best Diets for Diabetes, and Best Diets for Hearth Health.

U.S. News & World Report, in collaboration with a panel of health experts, evaluated and ranked 41 diets.

Meanwhile, the Nordic diet - a plant-focused plan that borrows from the Scandinavian tradition - made its first appearance on the list, at number nine.

Many people are ditching the cookies and candies in the new year because it's diet season. It also had to be proven to help prevent heart disease and diabetes.

Developed by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the DASH diet focuses on reducing high blood pressure with low-sodium foods, which include vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy and lean proteins.

Red meat and sugary foods are very limited, but adding red wine is alright in moderation.

For many, the start of the new year signals the start of a new diet.

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Lifestyle diets, such as the Mayo Clinic diet and MIND diet, are healthier and more sustainable than weight-loss plans such as the Ketogenic or Atkins diet are, the panelists concluded. In fact, the diet is safe for most people, including children and older people.

In third place, is something new called the Flexitarian Diet.

The eating plan features a wide variety of options, including fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, poultry, and fish.

In the book, Blatner says you don't have to cut out meat entirely to reap the health benefits of a vegetarian diet.

"I wish though, that we weren't so obsessed with weight loss and diets, per se". It assigns points aiming for nutritious foods with fewer calories.

Doctors say healthy weight loss is just one to two pounds per week.

WW offers its members support online and is well-known for its in-person group meetings.