5 New Diet Fads for 2018

5 New Diet Fads for 2018

With much noise around lifestyle and health issues, it all boils down to one thing, and it is what you eat. Without the right diet, nothing is going to work. The nutritionists and dietitians are busy educating the masses on what they should eat and what they should not. The result is a broad range of choices placed in front of the consumer and an enormous amount of conflicting information. The consumer only gets more confused as to which diet to follow or which diet is best for him or her.

 Here are some of the new and trendy diet fads that promise to keep you high on energy and help you get fit and keep that flab away.

  1. The vegetarian or vegan diet
    Being a vegetarian or vegan is hugely popular as it benefits the body as well as the environment. A vegetarian diet means getting more energy, healthier weight and a lower risk of heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Vegetarian diet comprises of green vegetables, fresh fruits, legume, and whole grains. Vegan is the Vegetarian diet minus the dairy products and eggs.
  2. The Mediterranean diet
    The Mediterranean diet is based on what people eat in Greece, Italy, Spain, and Morocco. It is quite similar to a vegetarian diet but includes the use of olive oil for cooking and lowering the amount of meat. Research shows that the Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest as it encourages longevity and keeps the risk of a heart condition, cancer and diabetes away.
  3. The Whole 30 diet
    The Whole 30 diet is set for 30 days and rests your diet strictly for the time duration. During those days, you need to keep away from the processed foods that raise the risk of inflammation, energy issues, and hormone imbalances. The 30-day diet helps to get rid of any toxins or negative energies in your body keeps you healthy and positive.
  4. Intermittent Fasting
    Intermittent Fasting is the new way of eating healthy by not eating at all! Fasting has proved that it is good for weight loss, focus, and energy building. Fasting is not new and has been practiced in many cultures since ancient times. Intermittent Fasting means that you need to have your meals anywhere between noon and 8 p.m.
  5. The DASH Diet
    The DASH diet or Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet is meant for those suffering from high blood pressure. The diet includes fruits, whole grains, lean protein, vegetables, and low-fat dairy. You are expected to avoid sweets, full-fat dairy, saturated fat, sugary beverages, and some oils as well as lower the consumption of salt. The diet has been specially designed for those suffering from hypertension and boasts a long list of health benefits.

One could follow any of the above diets that are the latest trends all over the globe. They could also combine a couple of diets like add the DASH Diet to Intermittent Fasting or follow The Mediterranean diet for the Whole 30 diet. The choices are endless. The bottom line is that all diets advocate fresh veggies and fruits, low intake of salt and meat and eat in moderation.

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