, 2022-10-29 06:00:00,
No matter your reason for starting a diet — whether it’s to lose weight, establish better eating habits or part of a healthier lifestyle — we know you’re probably thinking, Which diet is right for me?
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New trendy diets pop up on our radars all the time — we’re looking at you fruitarian diet, 100 diet, grapefruit diet, carnivore diet and raw foods diet. But there are some tried-and-true options that can help you reach your wellness goals.
We’ve put together a list of recommended diets, as well as some strategies that aren’t necessarily “diets” but involve changing your relationship with food.
Get on board with eating whole foods
The Mediterranean diet continues to be the gold standard for eating healthy because it does just that — by eating a diet full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, lean meats and olive oil, you can reap all the heart-healthy benefits.
Like the Mediterranean diet, the Nordic diet focuses on whole foods found in the Nordic region but touts using canola oil instead of extra-virgin olive oil.
The Volumetric diet is all about filling up on as many low-calorie, healthy foods as you want. The results? You don’t feel as hungry as you may on other diets.
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