1. Plant-based diets: More people are embracing plant-based diets for their nutritional benefits and environmental impact.
2. Mediterranean diet: This diet is rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, and healthy fats.
3. Low-carb and ketogenic diets: These diets focus on reducing carbohydrate intake and increasing healthy fats.
4. Intermittent fasting: A popular eating pattern that involves cycling between periods of eating and fasting.
5. Whole foods diets: Emphasizing whole, unprocessed foods, this diet is becoming increasingly popular.
6. Gluten-free diets: Many people choose to avoid gluten due to allergies or sensitivities, leading to a rise in gluten-free products and diets.
7. Paleo diet: This diet focuses on eating similar to our hunter-gatherer ancestors, primarily consisting of meat, fruits, and vegetables.
8. Flexitarian diets: This diet emphasizes a mostly plant-based diet with occasional meat intake.
9. DASH diet: Designed to lower blood pressure, this diet is rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products.
10. Ayurvedic diet: This ancient Indian diet focuses on eating foods according to your dosha or your body’s constitution.