If you’re concerned about preserving natural resources, lowering harmful greenhouse gas emissions and promoting food sustainability, experts look at the crossroads where diet choices and environmental preservation meet.
To be top-rated, a diet had to be safe, relatively easy to follow, nutritious and effective for weight loss. It also had to be stellar at preventing diabetes and heart disease. Click on to see which diets came out ahead.
Here’s a behind-the-curtains look at what the experts were asked to consider when figuring out the best diets. They apply to any diet, not just the 41 ranked by U.S. News.
U.S. News ranked this year’s list of best diets on likelihood of weight loss, ability to prevent and control diabetes and heart disease, healthiness and how easy they are to follow. But how do you know which one suits you best?
No question, high-protein diets are hot. But are they healthy? That depends. Here’s exactly what you need to know to determine whether a high-protein diet is right for you.
If you want a program that works for the long run, you’ll need a lifestyle you can live with and like. That means a diet that’s nutritious and delicious, but one that will take a bit of planning and commitment from you.
No carb? Low-carb? Plant-based? Dairy-free? Testing out the latest fad diets may soon be a thing of the past.
What makes a diet best? In Best Diets 2015, the latest set of exclusive rankings from U.S. News, the DASH diet beat out 34 others, including Atkins, Jenny Craig and Slim-Fast, to win the “Best…
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