, 2022-12-03 06:32:25,
With the glutenous Thanksgiving break out of the way and New Year’s resolutions around the corner, many Americans will be considering starting a new diet.
But deciding which type is best for you can be a minefield, especially when sites like TikTok appear to be churning out a new fad diet every few months.
Intermittent fasting has emerged as the most popular calorie restriction form in the past decade. It’s almost impossible not to know someone who has shed at least some weight by eating within a strict time window or skipping meals entirely.
But while the weight-loss benefits are undeniable, the jury’s out on the long-term effects. A study last week suggested that regularly missing meals can raise a person’s risk of early death by 30 percent.
All-or-nothing types may veer towards extreme diets like the meat-only carnivore diet, which Joe Rogan and Jordan Peterson have credits for weight loss and better brain health – while also saying it gave them intense diarrhea.
Tradeoffs exist for all diets and vary from person to person. Use our guide to work out which of the seven most popular is right for you:
DailyMail.com dug into seven popular fad diets to determine which is best. While diets like keto and carnivore can be great for weight loss, they also come with an increased risk of heart disease and other disease. There are many health benefits to going vegan – but it could also leave a person short on some crucial vitamins and minerals
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