Top 10 Diets to Choose From

There are a lot of fad diets out right now but here are the top 10 diets that you might want to try and check out for yourself.

The first on the list is DASH diet that has been developed for fighting high blood pressure. This is not a diet that suits all purposes but it has been regarded for its safety, nutritional completeness, ability to prevent or control diabetes as well as the role it plays in supporting a healthy heart.

The second is TLC or Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes, a remarkably solid diet plan made by National Institutes of Health. This does not have key weaknesses and is also great at promoting proper cardiovascular health.

The Mayo Clinic Diet created by the company of the same name is recognized for its safety and nutrition and for its ability of being a great tool for fighting diabetes.

The next one is the Mediterranean diet that emphasizes on veggies, fruits, fish, olive oil as well as other kinds of healthy fare.

The Weight Watchers takes the next spot. Being an effective and smart diet, it has surpassed many other kinds of commercial diet plans in several areas, including the easy to follow rules and the long and short term weight loss benefits. Experts also considered it as nutritionally safe and sound, plus it emphasizes on plenty of veggies and fruits, group support and a room for indulgences every now and then.

The sixth on the list is the Flexitarian diet that gives emphasis on vegetables, fruits, plant based protein and whole grains. This is also a healthy and smart choice, having outperformed most of its competitors and with remarkably high scores in long term weight loss, easiness to follow and nutritional completeness.

Volumetrics landed on the seventh place having outperformed most of its competitors in numerous categories. This has also acquired high marks for its nutritious and safe properties and the experts also claim that this can positively affect diabetes and heart health.

Many experts are also singing praises for Jenny Craig because it is safe, nutritionally complete and easy to follow, not to mention that it also offers the dieters with emotional support. However, it has been noted that it might not really be that helpful when it comes to helping diabetics and bolstering heart health and on top of, its cost can hinder some people from using it.

The Biggest Loser Diet was given high marks for its safety, short term weight loss as well as its soundness of being a regimen for people with diabetes. With a moderate rating for being effective for promoting better health of the heart, the Biggest Loser Diet, however, cannot really be considered as overly special.

The last in the list of the top diets today is Ornish diet. Tremendously healthy for the heart and nutritionally safe and sound, the Ornish diet can be a bit hard because of its severe restriction on fat intake of the users.