Newest Diet Trends

The new decade is now here and this means new diet trends are also starting to pop up to help men and women achieve their fitness and health goals. Whether you want to lose unwanted weight or you just want to commit yourself to becoming a better version of yourself, below are some of the diet trends you can expect people to follow soon:

Keto Diet

Keto is probably the buzziest diet trend these days. This plan is incredibly effective and isn’t likely to fade away soon. Ketogenic or keto diet works due to its high fat content that makes it quite satisfying and very low carbohydrates at the same time. Carbs reduction lets your body go into ketosis when your body becomes better at transforming fat to energy. Fat is also turned into ketones in the liver that boosts brain function.

Volumetrics Diet

Volumetrics diet is very simple that sets it apart from other diets that can be rather complicated. With this diet, you need to eat foods that offer the highest amount of nutrition for the lowest calorie count. This diet categorizes food into four groups, starting from foods with the lowest energy to foods with the most amount of energy. The objective here is for most of the diet to be composed of lower density foods.

Vegan Diet

Vegans eliminate every animal product from their diet including meat, fish, eggs, honey, and dairy. The diet may no longer be new but it still remains to be quite famous because of ethical reasons and also because it is very effective as well.

Flexitarian Diet

While vegan diet can be considered as a higher level vegetarian diet, flexitarian is a diet that is a step below that. This approach to eating is easier and even more realistic. This diet claims to help you with weight loss since the goal here is to limit the calories by consuming mostly vegetables, plant and fruit-based proteins, and whole grains.

Raw Food Diet

This particular diet has hit its peak a few years ago yet this decade, you can expect to make a comeback. The theory about raw foods is that the natural enzymes as well as other nutrients found in the food tend to break down once heated and cooked. The enzymes aid nutrient absorption and digestion. Since raw food has cool temperature, enthusiasts claim that this helps fight off inflammation in the body.

Probiotic-Rich Diet

The probiotic-rich diet can be considered as much better approach as compared to raw food diet for those people suffering from inflammation and digestive problems. Unlike other types of diets, incorporating foods rich in probiotics to your diet is so much easier than restricting others. This is also a realistic form of eating unlike other fad diets. This is most helpful in obese individuals leaning toward slow metabolism and the elderly.

Intermittent Fasting 

This list of the newest diet trends is rounded up by none other than intermittent fasting. This is suitable for all lifestyles, not to mention that it is also simple and easy to follow. You can start with a fast of 12 hours then increase it after some time to 14, 16, or 20 hours. This is most beneficial to individuals who want to stay on the leaner side or those who are too busy at work.

Which of these newest diet trends would you want to try?

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