Diets of 2013

Diets of 2013

Diets Of 2013. Diets You Can Try

Paleo Diet: Paleo diet is also called as the caveman diet. It can alleviate problems like obesity, type 2 diabetes. The diet's basis is that people should eat what was available to the caveman in the earlier days.It includes all unprocessed foods. The diet includes all raw vegetables. Aspects of the paleo diet are widely accepted such as shunning many processed starches and sugar in favour of fresh fruits and vegetable.

Diets Of 2013

Juice diet: It is a strict diet that restricts people to have nothing but juices from fruits and vegetables,

Mediterranean diet: Eating a Mediterranean diet is beneficial for heart. This diet includes high intake of vegetables, whole grains and fish. This diet is a great way to live healthy. This diet includes a daily intake of 1.5 and 2 liters of water. In most Mediterranean country, fruits and vegetables are a part of every meal.

Master cleanse diet: Master Cleanse diet is also known as Lemon detox diet .Celebs like Beyonce, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have all played a part in bringing the lemonade diet to the masses. The diet is for both weight loss and detoxing. This diet involves sustaining oneself on relying on lemon juice, cayenne pepper, maple syrup and water for 10 consecutive days in addition to a salt water flush in the morning

Kateogenic diet: This diet is often used to treat children with drug restiant epilepsy. It starves the body of carbs and sugar thereby tricking the body into burning fats for fuel instead of glucose. This diet must be devised with experts help. Meal options include scrambled eggs with cream, bacon and butter omelette or lettuce doused in mayonnaise

Okinawa diet: .Japanese Okinawa island are said to include the largest proportion of centenarians in japan.Okinawa cusine is heavy on vegetables and pork but low on salt and mostly consists of rice, soy products, seaweed and green tea

Omnivore diet: This diet includes both plants and animals foods.One of the most common diet among humans. Lean met supply protein, vitamin b, vitamin e and minerals including magnesium, iron, and zinc. This diet features healthy wholesome foods provides benefits both from meat and plants. Omnivore diet provides essential amino acids, which are important for healthy immune system, healthy skin, healing wounds, forming tooth enamel, growth in children etc.

Fruitarian diet: This diet includes fruits, vegetables, and nuts, seeds without animal products or grains. Famous people like Leonardo da vinci, Mahatma Gandhi and steve jobs were all frutrians.

Pescetarian diet: A vegetarian diet that is low in saturated fats, animal protein and mainly includes seafood alternatives. Eating this diet can cut down your protein intake considerably.

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