Best Diets for Weight Loss

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Mediterranean Diet

Mediterranean diet is rich in healthy lipids and "tends to be low in unsaturated fat," encouraging you to eat nutrient-dense foods while avoiding unhealthy options.

DASH emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole cereals, and low-fat or fat-free dairy products, while limiting saturated fat and cholesterol intake.


Vegan Diet

Vegans go beyond the traditional vegetarian diet by rejecting all animal products, including dairy, eggs, and honey. 

A recent study found that those who followed a flexitarian diet had lower rates of metabolic syndrome than those who consumed meat on a regular basis.

Flexitarian Diet

Volumetrics DIet

The formula for weight loss is straightforward: the fewer calories ingested, the more weight lost. 

Plant-based foods are typically higher in fiber and lower in cholesterol than animal products, allowing you to consume fewer calories while feeling full.

Plant-Based Diet

Noom Diet

It assists in classifying foods as potentially beneficial or detrimental to a person's weight-loss objectives and also provides daily calorie goals. 

The Pescatarian diet is predominantly plant-based, but fish and other seafood are permitted.

Pescatarian diet


The diet emphasizes vegetables, nuts, and berries and is inherently low in carbohydrates. 

The diet emphasizes on reducing chronic inflammation in the body in an effort to reduce the risk of heart disease, certain cancers, and Alzheimer's disease.

Anti-Inflammatory Diet

TLC Diet

The diet encourages people to maintain a healthy weight and exercise regularly, striving for 30 minutes of exercise on most days.

It is a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet, which prohibits the consumption of meat, fish, and poultry but permits dairy products and eggs.

Ornish Diet

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