The best overall diets for 2019

These Are the 5 Best Diets for 2019, According to Experts

For overall healthy eating, the best diet plan is the Mediterranean diet, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual diet review.

The diet is associated with lower rates of diabetes and heart health. The 2019 runner up for weight loss was the Volumetrics Diet, with Jenny Craig taking the number two commercial diet spot. It consists of plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy fats like those found in olive oil and fatty fish like salmon and sardines, and nuts and seeds.

The diet, named for the region that includes Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden, is an example of a growing interest in diets followed by some of the healthiest people in the world, according to Angela Haupt, assistant managing editor of health at U.S. News and World Report. Read through to see a Mediterranean diet shopping list, what it's like to be on the diet, and why it's so easy to follow. ".People want to come to Weight Watcher to lose weight, but the cream, or the cherry, or the whipped cream on top of the cake is that you're going to get healthy."(Learn more about the WWJ program here).

The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet was created to help manage blood pressure, but experts say it has many overall health benefits, helping it nab the number 2 spot on the best overall diets list.

The Dukan Diet, which promotes a strict, high-protein way of eating, took last place for 2019.

The DASH diet, made up of low-sodium and healthful foods, was originally started by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) as a diet to help reduce blood pressure.

To that end, she said the top three diets are all similar in their food content, and all can be healthy eating regimens. Eating a diet that's mostly vegetarian while also allowing for an occasional burger or steak to satisfy a craving can help with weight management and improve overall health, Blatner says. "We're not zeroing in on making sure you lose x amount of pounds", Mark said. The plan also involves in-person meetings or online chats created to support those in the program and keep them accountable.



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