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August 8, 2022
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Omni Diet
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Have you ever heard that food can be a drug? Tana Amen proved it by developing the Omni Diet, which improved her health and the health of thousands of people. The Omni diet is an eating plan that allows you to take the benefits of eating plant-based foods while balancing them with lean animal proteins. At the same time, it restricts the consumption of sugar, artificial sweeteners, gluten, dairy, potatoes, corn, and soy. By balancing the consumption of plant-derived food and lean protein, this nutritional approach allows you to feel energized, decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart diseases, and some types of cancer, and reduce inflammation in the body. What's more, the Omni Diet promotes weight loss.
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August 8, 2022
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One Meal a Day (OMAD) Diet
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One Meal a Day diet is an eating plan based on fasting for 23 hours and consuming food for 1 hour in a single meal. This type of intermitted fasting is also known as the OMAD diet. You can include any products you wish in this single meal. In addition, during the fasting window, you are permitted to drink regular water, sparkling water, pure coffee without sugar and milk, as well as pure tea. The OMAD eating plan contributes to weight loss by enhancing your body's ability of fat burning. Besides decreasing weight, this diet claims to reduce inflammation, improve sleep, along with lowering the risk of insulin resistance and the development of diseases.
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August 8, 2022
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Sirtfood Diet
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Sirtuins (SIRTs) are signaling proteins that take part in metabolism regulation. These compounds are believed to slow down aging and decrease inflammation in the body. A Sirtfood diet is a nutritional approach that involves ingesting sirtfoods and calorie restriction to promote the production of sirtuins by the body. Creators of this diet plan claim that it helps activate your "skinny genes." In addition, they state that following the Sirtfood diet will lead to rapid weight loss while keeping muscle mass and protecting you from chronic diseases. There is, however, a need for more research to support these claims.
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August 7, 2022
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Pritikin Diet
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Some diets have been popular for decades and are still widely used nowadays. Nutritional approaches such as the Pritikin Diet, which Nathan Pritikin developed in the 1970s, are among them. The Pritikin Diet is a nutritional approach that stresses the importance of eating low-fat foods loaded with fiber. In addition, this diet encourages you to consider food quality rather than the number of calories, allowing you to be more in tune with your body when it comes to hunger and fullness signals. Nathan Pritikin and his followers claim that this diet aids in weight loss, heart health improvement, cholesterol levels decrease, and reducing inflammation.
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August 7, 2022
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Fruitarian Diet
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The fruitarian diet, AKA fruitarianism, is an extremely restrictive dieting plan that emphasizes consuming mainly fruits. This vegan eating plan disqualifies eating all foods of animal origin and encourages eating primarily natural fruits. Vegetables, nuts, dried fruits, and seeds are also allowed in moderation in the fruitarian diet.
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August 7, 2022
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Nordic diet
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Well-balanced diets that emphasize eating whole foods while don't eliminate entire food groups are considered the best option if your goal is maintaining good health and overall well-being. The Nordic diet falls in this category. The Nordic diet is an eating pattern typical for people who live in Nordic countries, including Finland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Greenland, and Iceland. It emphasizes substituting processed foods with whole, seasonal, regional food. This diet has many similarities with the Mediterranean but promotes using canola oil rather than extra virgin olive oil.
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August 7, 2022
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Pegan Diet
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There have long been discussions about the benefits of the Paleo diet, a nutritional approach that resembles the eating pattern of people living in the Paleolithic era. However, aside from being pretty restrictive, this diet characterizes by a high intake of meat and saturated fat, which is concerning for many individuals. The pegan diet combines principles of two popular nutritional approaches: the Paleo and the vegan diet. It involves eating whole foods rich in nutrients, with about 75% of calories derived from plant sources and 25% from animal ones. Thus, the pegan diet offers the benefits of sustainable eating with an emphasis on whole foods without being overly restrictive.
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August 8, 2022
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Alkaline Diet
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An Alkaline diet, as well known as the acid-alkaline diet or alkaline ash, encourages reduced eating of acid-forming products along with emphasizing ingesting more alkaline products to maintain your body's acidity at healthy levels.
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August 7, 2022
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Wild Diet
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The Wild diet is based on consuming organic, unprocessed products made up of vegetables, healthy fats, and lean protein. Moreover, this nutrition plan requires excluding processed foods and grains from your meals. Therefore, the Wild diet's meals are composed of little carbs and a considerable amount of lipids. The Wild diet aims at boosting the ability of your body to burn fat. Although this diet is capable of enhancing weight loss, a big part of healthy products is cut out, which may lead to a weight cycle for some followers. In addition, the Wild diet profits control of blood sugar levels as well as lowers the risk of the development of certain types of cancer, heart disease, as well as other chronic diseases.
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August 7, 2022
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GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) Diet
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The GAPS diet, which means Gut and Psychology Syndrome, is a healing eating pattern aimed at managing mental health disorders, inflammatory and autoimmune conditions. The diet does not target weight loss, but those with inflammatory bowel and digestive diseases, for example, leaky gut syndrome, can benefit from it. Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is the scientist who created the GAPS diet. The idea is that poor nutrition leads to bad gut health, which can be linked to several mental, neurological, and behavioral issues. According to her, microbial diversity can affect such diseases as depression, anxiety, and ADHD. There are also reasons to consider that autism signs can also be alleviated by cutting down on certain foods.
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