Introducing a healthy diet is a great way to change your life and there are numerous to choose from. Some are for losing weight and others are for gaining weight or for just overall well-being. Some of these hottest diet trends might just actually help you attain the body you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re looking to shed some pounds or just gain some energy, we’ve got you covered. 

 

Keto Diet

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The biggest diet trend which is seen to be followed by celebrities is Keto Diet. Keto diet has gained likes of celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow. The diet reduces your intake of carbohydrates and replaces it with fats, which puts the body in the state of ketosis. This state happens when your body doesn’t have enough carbohydrates to burn for energy, so instead starts burning fats. The diet suggests to reduce the intake of unhealthy carbs and to limit the intake of food. The diet should be taken under the guidance of a health care professional. 

 

Mediterranean Diet

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Mediterranean diet gives an emphasis on healthy foods which are typically eaten in the Mediterranean. This diet advocates people to eat foods that are low on cholesterol such as vegetables, legumes, nuts, fruits and wheat. The daily intake of butter can be replaced with healthy foods like olive oil, salt with spices and red meat with poultry and fish. In addition, it also allows you to have a glass of red wine every now and then. The emphasis is on choosing a healthier version of fats and carbs.

 

Whole 30 Diet

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Whole 30 diet is a type of diet designed for clean eating and to break your unhealthy eating habits. It advocates to cut off foods which are negative for your health. It suggests to eliminate the most craving foods and to strip them off your diet completely. Let your body heal completely from the negative effects the food might be causing and restart with healthy foods. Completely cutting out foods such as sugar, alcohol and dairy for 30 days will eliminate cravings and would give rise to a healthy metabolism.

 

Nordic Diet

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Nordic Diet is quite similar to the Mediterranean diet. It gives emphasis on whole grains such as vegetables, oats, legumes and fatty fish. It focuses on weight loss and healthy eating. Countries like Denmark, Finland, Iceland have a way of traditional eating on which the diet is based. The diet is low on sweet foods and red meat.

 

Pegan or Paleo Diet

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Pegan is the vegetarian version of the diet, whereas, Paleo includes the animal products. This diet is based on the foods which were consumed by our ancestors in ancient times, particularly, in the Paleolithic era. The name is derived from the same. This diet guides you to eat foods which could be gathered or hunted such as fish and poultry. The Paleo diet believes that modern eating habits would not suit the genetic structure. So, we should return to stone-age eating habits. Paleo diet includes foods in low sugar, plant foods and whole fats such as nuts, olive oil, avocado and seeds. 

 

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