If you’ve vowed to revamp your eating habits in the new year, we’re about to make the transition as painless as possible for you. The U.S. News & World Report ranked the easiest diets for 2016 to help you lose weight and get healthy. Keep reading for all of the details, and get started!
Maybe you’re feeling inspired by fit celebs like Khloe Kardashian, or maybe you’ve just exhausted every possible Netflix binge. Either way, if your resolution in 2016 is to eat better and exercise more, here’s how to make it as easy as possible. Check out the basic breakdown on the three easiest diets to determine which one is your best match.
Since you’re more likely to stick to a diet and see results if it’s easy to follow, the U.S. News & World Report evaluated the most popular diets to find out which programs make eating right simple.
The Fertility Diet: As its name suggests, this diet was developed specifically for women trying to get pregnant, but it contains health benefits for everyone. The diet doesn’t ban you from consuming alcohol or eating at restaurants, but instead requires you to replace trans fats with unsaturated fats found in vegetable oils like olive oil and canola oil. You’ll also need to switch to whole grains and whole milk and full-fat yogurt when it comes to dairy intake.
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MIND Diet: This diet was developed to improve brain health and prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s by concentrating on eating brain-healthy foods. The ten food groups MIND centers around are green leafy vegetables, all other vegetables in general, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, poultry, olive oil and wine. It also requires you to avoid red meats, butter, cheese, pastries and sweets and fried or fast food, which is definitely a bit trickier.
Weight Watchers Diet: You’re probably already familiar with this popular diet, specifically focusing on losing weight. While it can end up being a bit pricey (and annoying to tally up all of your points), the diet centers around the idea that no foods are off limits by ranking every food with a point value system. Foods that are less healthy are given a higher SmartPoint number, while healthier option have fewer points that allow you to eat more.
Are you planning on making any diet changes this year, HollywoodLifers? Would you try one of these options?