7 Best  Diet Plans Overall Health 

The Mediterranean Diet

People have long thought of the Mediterranean diet as the best way to stay healthy, avoid sickness, feel good, and live a long time. This diet plan is only recommended because it is good for you and easy to follow.

The DASH Diet

DASH is an eating plan designed to lower blood pressure. This diet emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Salt, red meat, added sweets, and fat are likewise limited. Though not a weight loss plan, many people lose kilos on this diet.

Plant-Based And Flexitarian Diet

The most popular plant-based diets are veganism and vegetarianism, which avoid animal products for health, ethical, and environmental reasons. Flexitarian diets allow moderate animal product consumption, making plant-based diets more convenient.

The MIND Diet

Both of these diets are combined in the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diet, which is a way of eating that focuses on brain health and well-being.

Intermittent Fasting (IF)

The intermittent fasting diet alternates between eating and fasting. IF methods include the 16/8 technique, which limits calorie consumption to 8 hours per day. The 5:2 diet restricts calories to 500–600 times a week.

The Volumetrics Diet

Penn State nutrition professor Barbara Rolls Ph.D. created this diet for short-term and long-term weight loss. This diet promotes low-energy foods over eating less.

Low Carb Diet

Atkins, keto, and LCHF diets are popular weight loss programs.Low-carb diets like Atkins, ketogenic, and LCHF are known for weight loss. Certain varieties cut carbohydrates dramatically. The keto diet limits carbs to 10% of calories, while others limit them to 30%.

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