Can the MIND Diet help your brain stay younger for longer?
Forgo food rules and reclaim your body’s innate ability to signal what foods you need, when you need them, and how much you need.
Eating a healthy plant-based or plant-forward diet is as simple as adjusting the amount of meat you consume while enjoying a wide variety of plants.
A non-diet approach to wellness using the mind-body connection to listen and respond to your body’s needs.
A hybrid of the words “flexible” and “vegetarian,” this low rules pattern of eating uses vegetarianism as the base of all meals and allows you to flex by occasionally adding meat or fish to your meal.
The Mediterranean Diet has gained national media attention for many years and is regularly cited as one of the healthiest diets to follow.
Once a diet used primarily in clinical settings as part of a treatment plan for children with epilepsy, the ketogenic diet (aka “keto”) has become mainstream for tackling anything from weight loss to migraines.
The Whole 30Ⓡ Program has become a popular way to “reset” or kick-start a wellness journey — whether it’s to gain more energy or finally kick your sugar-after-every-meal habit.
Counting macronutrients (or “macros”) has been a popular dieting tactic in bodybuilding groups for years. However, recently the amped-up version of calorie counting has gone mainstream.
Intermittent fasting (IF) ― a way of eating that includes set periods of eating and not eating ― has caught on as a possible weight and health management tactic.
The Paleo Diet initially gained its popularity with CrossFit enthusiasts, but is now a mainstream diet with a fervent following.