You’ll likely hear about a million diet plans as 2020 begins, its national weight-loss time after all. Diet plans come and go more frequently than new car models these days.
But as with cars, it’s a buyer beware situation with diet plans.
Before you try any, do some serious research on its impact on your body and your health. As it happens, U.S. News does that every year, ranking popular diet plans.
The Mediterranean Diet has topped the list again this year. If you’re not sure what that is, click here to see what U.S. News says about it.
Basically, it means don’t eat like any ugly American. Cut out fatty meats, eat more fruits and vegetables and make olive oil your lifetime friend.
Th DASH Diet, which is basically a type of Mediterranean diet, came in second.
How did some of the big, commercial diet companies do? Weight Watchers (WW now) came in fourth, Jenny Craig came in 12th, and Nutrisystem came in 20th.
Good eating in 2020, avoid salt, fat and sugar and it all will be very simple for you.
John, thank you for all you do for us! I was thrilled to find your journal which supports the no sugar / no salt / low fat lifestyle. Best for the new year!
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