So, every new year many make a promise to themselves to be a better, fitter and healthier. Some may pick up fitness while some would pick up a new diet. Whatever your choice, there is always a new type of diet trend that will emerge to keep up with people’s expectation. Here are some old and new ones that going to stay throughout 2019:
Not something new in 2019, but this diet started with Kim Kardashian in late 2017. According to research Keto diet might be staying awhile!
Ketogenic diets are low on carbs and high on fat, which puts the body in a state of ketosis. Ketosis is a metabolic state that happens when your body doesn’t have enough carbohydrates for your cells to burn for energy. So, instead, it burns fat.
Not something new in the industry either, but Paleo involves eating foods that was available during the Paleolithic period.
Basically, with this diet you’re looking at meals that could either be hunted or gathered — lean meats, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds
3. Alkaline diet
Since acid is the enemy to the body, this is when Alkaline diet comes in.
he Alkaline diet approves of most fruits and vegetables, nuts, legumes, soybeans and tofu. These are foods that are alkaline — in other words have a pH value of 7, which is neutral, or above. Foods with a pH value below 7 are acidic, and therefore a no-no.
This diet encourages people to eat foods with very ingredients.
Apparently if you avoid foods such as alcohol, foods with added sugar, legumes, dairy and more, for 30 days, you will “eliminate cravings, restore a healthy metabolism, heal the digestive tract, reduce systemic inflammation, and discover how these foods are truly impacting how you look, how you feel, and your quality of life.
Mediterranean diet encourages people to eat foods from the Mediterranean.
The diet guides people to eat plenty of plants and foods that are low on “bad” cholesterol, such as legumes, nuts, wheat, fruits and veggies.
6. Colon Hydrotherapy
Well this isn’t exactly a diet, but more of a lifestyle trend that is making its way in 2019. While science and medical reports have proven the health benefits of Colon Hydrotherapy, it is expected to see more people opting for this way for better health and colon.