Who wouldn’t want to live a healthy life, free from the threatening obesity? Besides exercising regularly, you can also manage your diet. Here are some of the healthy diets you can do without killing yourself. Read on…
1. DASH Diet
This healthy diet prioritizes good eating pattern to prevent and reduce hypertension, as explained by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Consume foods with more potassium, calcium, protein, and fiber because they are important to keep you healthy. Also, add them with fruits, vegetables, beans, nonfat protein, and low-fat milk and avoid sweets, red meat and salt.
2. TLC Diet
According to webmd.com, Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes or TLC diet was developed by the National Institutes of Health National Cholesterol Education Program to reduce the risk of heart diseases. The key is cutting down on saturated fat, such as that from fat meat, full cream milk, and fried foods because they increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Every day, you can enjoy chicken without skin, turkey, fish, nonfat milk, fruits, vegetables and carb from bread, cereal, rice and pasta.
3. Mediterranean Diet
This diet adopts the diets of the Mediterranean peoples, who have been recorded to live longer and have lower risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. The health expert at the Mayo Clinic recommend adding vegetables, fruits, beans, peas, olive oil, and seafood into the daily diet.
4. MIND Diet
MIND stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay, referring to the diet invented by Martha Clare Morris, an epidemiology nutritionist at the Rush University Medical Center. This combination of DASH and Mediterranean diet emphasizes the foods that are great for brain health like green vegetables, beans, peas, fruits, fish, poultry and olive oil. You will get a healthier body and minimize the risk of Alzheimer.
5. Mayo Clinic Diet
The Mayo Clinic Diet is a weight loss diet designed by the health experts at the Mayo Clinic. It consists of two phases: “Lose It” – that focuses on the habitual and lifestyle changes for two weeks; and then “Live It” – managing the eating pattern and reducing weight.
So, now… which one will you choose?