It's the Mediterranean diet-with a score of 4.2 out of 5 possible points-which probably doesn't come as a surprise to the nutrition-savvy among us. Research also links the Mediterranean Diet to longer lifespans.
If you're interested in trying out the Mediterranean Diet, Peick suggests starting out small and working your way into it. This year, the Mediterranean diet inched out for the win, with the DASH diet coming in second, followed by the Flexitarian diet, a plant-based diet that allows meat on special occasion.
Experts ranked the diet poorly in heart-health, ease of use, and overall impact on health. The world is teeming with nutrition information and diets that claim to help you live your healthiest life possible.
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"The top diets promote eating the foods that we've been told to eat, like whole grains, fruits and veggies, and going easy on sugar and saturated fat", she added.
".Our theme this year is WW: Wellness Works; and we're trying to get you well". The Harvard School of Public Health and a think tank called Oldways created a diet based on the general eating principles of these places, according to US News. Even those who didn't stick to the diet perfectly but followed it "moderately well" reduced their risk of Alzheimer's by about a third, the researchers found.
One advantageous aspect of the Mediterranean diet is that it is more than just a diet, it's a lifestyle that brings people together in the pursuit of healthy living.
And no, unfortunately, there is still no magic fix for losing weight, but there are certain diets that have been shown to be more successful.
The diet focuses on "10 brain-healthy food groups: green leafy vegetables in particular, all other vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, poultry, olive oil and wine", according to U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, WW retained the #4 spot for "Best Diet Overall".