U.S. News & World Report Reveals Best and Worst Diets for 2024

 January, also known as diet season, has begun, and the rankings are in: The top diets for 2024 have been revealed by U.S. News & World Report.  

 Who came up on top? (If you could, roll the drums.  

 The Mediterranean diet is ranked #1 out of 30 diets for the sixth consecutive year.  

 Other well-liked diets, such as the Atkins and ketogenic diets, came in last on the list of the Best Diets Overall, ranking Nos. 25 and 26, respectively.  

 Similar to past years, the Mediterranean diet ranked higher overall in 2024 than the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.  

 (In 2018, the two shared first place.) The Mediterranean diet received the highest accolades from the panel of physicians, dietitians,,,

 and nutritionists for the following reasons: Thanks to its health benefits, it wins.  

 In fact, the Mediterranean diet also triumphed in other categories: Best Diets for Heart-Healthy Eating,,,

 Best Diabetes Diets, Easiest Diets to Adhere to, Best Diets for Bone and Joint Health, Best Family-Friendly Diets, and Best Diets for Weight Loss.  

 Whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds, olive oil, and some lean meat and fish are the mainstays of the Mediterranean diet.  

 Similarly, the second-place DASH diet is a blood pressure-lowering strategy that includes whole grains, lean meats, nuts, and fruits and vegetables along with low-fat dairy.  

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