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6 Different Diets To Try For Good Health

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Do you want to avoid diseases like hypertension and diabetes? Are you trying out different diets to lose weight and achieve fitness? There are many different types of diet on the market which promises both good health and weight loss. Some diets plan aims at reducing carbs while others are known to reduce risks of hypertension. It is best to have knowledge about different type of diets and then decide on the one which suits your body and lifestyle too.

Go through the pages of the ClipBook to know about different type of diets.  

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No. 1: Dash Diet

Learn the pros and cons of the DASH diet if you're worried about hypertension. You can lose weight too in the process. This diet has proven health benefits and is designed to be used for life.

No. 2: Atkins Diet

The Atkins diet works for many dieters. But it is not for everyone. Read the pros and cons of the Atkin diet, these should help you decide if the plan is right for you.

No. 3: Paleo Diet

Check out the Indian version of the Paleo diet. In simple words, the Paleo diet is quoted as "Eat like your ancestors and lose weight”. This is one of the most popular diets in the wellness world. It preaches to eat more of whole and unprocessed ...

No. 4: Mediterranean Diet

Many doctors recommend the Mediterranean diet as a heart-healthy way of life. The basic principles include heavy consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, olives, olive oil, nuts and seeds, moderate intake of wine and lean meats and ...

No. 5: Ketogenic Diet

A keto diet is a very low-carb diet, where the body turns fat into ketones for use as energy. This increases fat burning and reduces hunger. Learn how what to eat, what to avoid and how to avoid side effects of Keto diet. Get awesome keto recipes...

No. 6. Gm Diet

The GM diet is said to be developed by General Motors Company in the 1980s to help its employees lose weight.The GM diet is not sustainable over a longer period of time, seeing as it restricts the intake of many crucial nutrients. It is especially...

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