The Mediterranean diet is the norm for nutrition, illness prevention, wellbeing, and lifespan. Based on nutrition and sustainability.
DASH, or Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, is an eating strategy to treat or prevent hypertension.
For health, ethical, and environmental grounds, vegetarianism and veganism are the most popular plant-based diets.
The brain-healthy Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) diet combines the Mediterranean and DASH diets.
WW, previously Weight Watchers, is a popular weight loss program worldwide. WW doesn't restrict food groups.
Intermittent fasting alternates fasting and eating. The 16/8 approach restricts calories to 8 hours per day. The 5:2 diet limits calories to 500–600 times a week.
Penn State University nutrition professor Barbara Rolls devised the Volumetrics diet as a lifestyle change rather than a diet.
Some of the most well-known weight loss diets are low-carb plans. Atkins, the ketogenic (or "keto") diet, and the low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) diet are all variations.