As the year comes to an end, it’s time to look back at what was the best and worst diets of the past 12 months.
Best Diets of 2021
1. The No Diet Diet
This diet was created by fitness expert Dr. John Berardi. It consists of one meal per day that includes lean protein, vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and healthy fats.
2. The Mediterranean Diet
This diet is based on the traditional diet of people in countries such as Greece, Italy, and Spain. It focuses on healthy foods that come from plants and animals, and contains less fat and cholesterol than other diets.
3. The Paleo Diet
This diet is similar to the Mediterranean diet, but focuses more on lean proteins and healthy fats. The main difference is that it is based on the diet of humans in the Paleolithic era, which means it doesn’t include processed foods or sugars.
4. The Zone Diet
This diet is designed to help people lose weight and maintain their ideal body weight. It’s based on the fact that the human body needs to be in a particular range of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in order to function properly.
5. The Raw Food Diet
Raw food is any food that has not been cooked above 118 degrees Fahrenheit. This type of diet is based on the belief that cooking food destroys most of its nutrients.
6. The Atkins Diet
This diet is named after its creator, Dr. Robert Atkins. It is based on the idea that a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet can help you lose weight.
7. The Paleo Diet
The Paleo Diet is similar to the Atkins Diet, but it focuses more on lean proteins and fats.
8. The Ketogenic Diet
This diet is also known as the Low Carb Diet because it is based on the idea that carbohydrates should be limited and instead, the body should use stored fat as fuel.
9. The South Beach Diet
This diet is created by celebrity chef Bobby Flay. It focuses on eating small meals throughout the day, and limiting the amount of saturated fats and sugar you eat.
10. The Whole 30 Diet
This diet is very similar to the Paleo Diet, but it’s based on the idea that all processed foods are bad for you.
Worst Diets of 2021
11. The Cabbage Soup Diet
This diet was originally created by Dr. Harvey Karp, but it was later debunked by nutrition experts. It consists of drinking a glass of cabbage soup every morning for 30 days.
12. The Fat Loss 4 Idiots Diet
This diet was developed by fitness expert Jack Lalanne. It focuses on the idea that eating too much fat will cause your body to store fat, and it suggests that you only eat foods that are high in protein.
13. The Grapefruit Diet
This diet is so called because it involves eating grapefruits every day for two weeks. You should only drink the juice, though, and avoid eating the fruit itself.
14. The Belly Fat Diet
This diet is popular among celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez and Jessica Alba. It focuses on eating smaller meals throughout the day, and exercising more often.
15. The Blood Type Diet
This diet is promoted by celebrity Dr. Phil McGraw. It is based on the theory that certain blood types are more prone to certain diseases.
16. The Atkins Diet
Dr. Atkins died in 2003, but his diet is still being followed today. It’s based on the idea that you should eat foods that are high in carbohydrates, and limit foods that are high in fat and protein.