There are so many different diets or eating lifestyles. Not every diet is for everyone. It is important to speak to your provider - doctor, dietician, nutritionist, or health coach to decide which eating lifestyle is sustainable and best for your health. The most popular healthy diets include:
Antiinflammatory Diet - plant based high in monosaturated and omega 3 polyunsaturated fats; nuts, legumes, lean proteins, whole grains and spices
DASH Diet - dietary approaches to stop hypertension - fruits, vegetables, low saturated fats and refine sugars and dairy, rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium and vitamin C
Gluten Free Diet - Avoid gluten which is in wheat, barley and rye and otehr foods
Low Fod Map Diet - restricting fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols like fructose, lactose, fructans, galctans, polyols, and raffinose which are not digestable or absorbed well
Ketogenic Diet - high fat and protein and low carbohydrates
Paleo Diet - plant based, lean meats and seafood, no sugar, salt, dairy, or grains
Mediterranean Diet - low saturated fats and high consupmtion of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, fish and olive oil
Vegetarian - fruits, vegetables, grains - depending on type of vegetarian - dairy, eggs
Vegan - vegetarian but no animal or animal dervied products
Use the 80: 20 rule. Adhere to the healthiest diet that suits your lifestyle 80% ofthe time. You can have something out side the diet less than 20 % of the time.
I prefer a hybrid pescetarian, paleo anti inflammatory diet.
One eating lifestyle is not for everyone.
Everything in moderation.
Your health. Simple.