Best Diets for 2017

Best Diets for 2017

Each year we witness a certain diet going viral and see celebrities raving about it. The year 2014 was all about the Atkins diet, followed by Whole30 and then came 2016 which was all about the taco.

If you’re wondering what 2017 will be all about in terms of diet plans, this is where you will get to know it all.

Nutrition experts have come up with the best diets for 2017 keeping different criteria in consideration such as: easy to follow diet, long and short term effects on weight loss, nutritional and safety aspects of the diet, ability to prevent diabetes and heart-related diseases.

So, here’s the list of diets which ranked above others.

 

  • DASH Diet

 

It has been named the best diet for the 7th year in a row. DASH is an acronym for dietary approaches to stop hypertension. Hypertension which is another name for high blood pressure accounts for a common condition all over the world.

In this diet, a person is supposed to consume no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium, accompanied with the intake of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.

 

  • Mediterranean Diet

 

This diet is based on foods commonly consumed in regions along the Mediterranean Sea. The diet mainly relies on fruits, vegetables, fish, and whole grains like brown rice and whole wheat.

Mediterranean Diet is also named as the best plant-based diet by the US News & World Report. Also, it is one of the easiest diets to follow.

 

  • MIND Diet

 

As the name suggests, this diet puts its focus on foods which are supposed to be healthy for your brain. In particular, it includes those foods which are meant to prevent neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s. You can call it a hybrid of the DASH and Mediterranean diets – centering only on those aspects of these regiments which need to do with the brain. A few basics of this diet include olive oil, berries, nuts, and leafy greens.   

 

  • Flexitarian Diet

 

This diet was developed by Dawn Jackson Blatner who is a registered dietician. The Flexitarian diet is designed for those keen on being vegetarians, yet would prefer not to surrender meat totally. It requires dieters to include “new meat” to their diet plans, such as: protein-packed tofu, nuts, eggs, beans and lentils. However, craving for meat occasionally is not a major deal in this diet.

Boiled Egg Diet – Two Week Plan

While this is not one of those top 10 diets ranked by the US News & World Report, Viral Talks has come up with this amazing boiled egg diet plan for two weeks to fit into any shape you wish. All you need is a two-week time and you will stay away from those dangerous health related complications.

Week 1 Diet Plan is all about getting yourself acquainted with the diet and taking it slowly, thus making a combination of eggs, protein-rich diet and your normal food.  

Week 2 Diet Plan is all about getting steady with protein and vitamin-rich diet. While this may be a little recurring, being consistent will start to hint at obvious weight loss and you will feel much more energetic.

If your new year’s resolution included losing weight and you haven’t worked on it yet, probably now is the time. With these easy to follow and effective diets, you will see significant results. The key is to remain consistent!

By | 2017-06-08T02:14:43+00:00 June 8th, 2017|Health & Fitness|0 Comments

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