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This lifestyle means your diet typically consists of lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds — similar to how people ate in the caveman days.
People who follow a Paleo diet believe that the human body is mismatched to the modern diet, and want to return to eating clean, whole foods.
People who follow this lifestyle have seen results like weight loss, improved glucose tolerance, better blood pressure control, and better appetite management.
This lifestyles focuses on eating foods that come primarily from plants. This doesn’t mean you can only eat plants, but you’ll eat proportionately more plant-based foods than not.
People who follow a plant-based diet do so for a number of reasons, some of those being to live an overall healthier lifestyle, improve gut health and to reduce their risk for heart disease.
People who follow this dietary lifestyle have seen improvements in their gut health so they can better absorb nutrients, weight loss, and reduced risk for heart disease.
This diet, calls for high protein consumption and low carb consumption. By replacing carbs with fat, you cause your body to enter a metabolic state of ketosis, meaning, your body burns fat instead of carbs to give you energy.
People follow the Ketogenic lifestyle if they want to reduce their amount of carbs they consume, or reduce excess fat, which typically leads to weight loss.
People who follow this diet have seen results like weight loss, excess fat reduction, and reduced risk for heart disease. It’s important to note that these benefits are only seen if you consume healthy fats.