Popular Fad Diets! 

Choosing the diet plan that works best for you.

Atkins Diet
                             Higher portions of proteins.                               
The Zone Diet
               Nutritional balance of 40% carbohydrates, 30% fats, and 30% proteins.          
Vegetarian Diet
                            Eating non-animal based foods except for eggs, dairy, and honey.                       
Vegan Diet
                                 Do not eat anything animal based which includes eggs, dairy, and honey.              
Weight Watchers Diet
                       Focuses on losing weight through diet, exercise and support network of people.                   
South Beach Diet
           Focuses on the control of insulin levels, and benefits of unrefined slow carbohydrates versus fast carbohydrates.      

Raw Food Diet
                     Consuming foods and drinks which are not processed and are completely plant-based and ideally organic.                

Mediterranean Diet
           Emphasis on plant foods, fruits, beans, nuts, cereals, seeds, olive oil, cheese, yogurts, fish and poultry and small amounts of red meat.

Jenny Craig
                                       Packaged meals that help one to lose weight.                                            
New Abs Diet
  Meals consisting of almonds and other nuts, beans, spinach and other green vegetables, fat-free dairy, unsweetened oatmeal, eggs, 
     turkey and other lean meats, peanut butter, olive oil, raspberries, whole grains and protein powder whey.                          

Volumetrics Diet
                   Low-calorie foods that allow you to eat more without packing on pounds.                 

The Dash Diet
Endorsed by the National Institutes of Health as a heart-healthy plan that also reduces the risk of diabetes. 
                                                           Diet focus on reducing sodium and eating foods rich in nutrients that help lower blood pressure.                                                            
Body-for-Life Diet
      Eating six small meals a day while weight training for 45 minutes three times a week.
Also aerobic exercise for at least 20 minutes three times a week.      

Grapefruit Diet
         A 12-day diet of eating grapefruit with every meal and drinking eight glasses of water a day and unlimited amounts of black coffee.     

3-Hour Diet
                  Involves eating small portions every three hours throughout the day.                    
Cabbage Soup Diet
             Eating a very limited diet primarily made up of cabbage soup for a quick weight loss.                 
Fat Flush Diet
A low-carbohydrate diet that restricts calories and combines certain foods while eating on a particular schedule is believed to 
increase the metabolism while burning fat more efficiently.      

Macrobiotic Diet
A blend of Buddhism and Western practices to achieve both physical and mental harmony. 
Diet is primarily vegetarian, with some fish and seafood. 
Focuses on natural and organic foods. 

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