Your health and weight loss journeys number one and my personal favorite. let’s start with the Mediterranean diet based on the heart-healthy lifestyle of countries such as. Greece and Italy the Mediterranean diet includes
A diet full of fruits leafy greens legumes whole grains and fish with healthy fats
Even a daily glass of red wine it includes cheese. And dairy in moderation but limits meat to once or twice a week and you should also avoid processed foods. Sugars including processed meats refined grains and trans fats now a number of scientific studies have shown that people who live in the Mediterranean typically have much lower instances of lifestyle diseases things like heart attacks diabetes and strokes and the Mediterranean diet is almost always high on the list when it comes to dietitian’s recommendations.
Take Calories Less Than 1200 Per Day Weight Loss
Now though this diet’s primary appeal is in its numerous health benefits. it can also lead to weight loss if you limit your calorie intake to less than 1500 a day. studies have found that following either a traditional Mediterranean diet or a low carb version of it can result in weight loss of about five to ten percent of body weight.
over 12 months and people who consume a Mediterranean style diet are twice as likely to keep the weight off hey if you’d like to find out more about this diet. Then make sure you check out my video on it and it’s popping up just here so my number two is the plant-based flexitarian diet this plant-powered trend is all about eating a majority so 90 or more of plant-based foods think pumpkin seed protein almond protein and hemp protein plus whole body supporting ingredients like ashwagandha holy basil turmeric and rishi mushrooms which are also hugely popular for people on a plant-based diet.
Focus on your Eating Foods for Weight Loss
so basically you need to focus on eating whole foods derived from plants. Most of the time with wiggle room for the occasional piece of chicken or scrambled egg this diet works for weight loss too as plant-based foods tend to be higher in fiber and lower in fat than animal products keeping. You filled up for longer with fewer calories and according to one study on overweight and obese adults who followed a plant-based diet for six months they lost an average of 26 pounds.
let’s take a look at another diet, that i think. will be trending next year and that’s my number three and it’s intermittent fasting now there are a few ways to do this however the 16 to 8 method is the most popular version where you restrict your daily eating time to a strict 8 block period something like say noon to 8 pm and then you fast for the other 16 hours so 8 pm till noon the following day and it helps people lose