While the biggest and trendiest diet aren’t always the best ones to follow, there are some nuggets of wisdom and truth in these diets, some that actually work and do help you lose weight. Looking toward next year, we’re going to see a shift away from diets that require you to completely drop one kind of food from your diet entirely, and a much bigger focus on diets that actually help you lose weight and keep it off, by restoring your body’s natural balance.
1. Garcinia Cambogia – This supplement is a derivative of a fruit by the same name. It has been widely tested and found that in the majority of patients, it can actually help them lose weight and keep it off. It works in two basic ways. First, it suppresses the appetite, making it possible for someone who struggles with compulsive eating to get over this hurtle. Second, some studies have shown that it actually blocks the body’s process that changes sugar into fat. This means that it can prevent a person from gaining weight if they eat too much sugar.
2. The Flexitarian Diet – This diet has been around for a few years, but it’s liable to make a comeback in the coming year, as we stop focusing so much on what we “shouldn’t” eat, and instead on how to restart a metabolism so eating isn’t the enemy of losing weight. This diet is designed to help participants feel full longer and eat smaller, regulated meals by adjusting the eating process. It is dominated by protein and vegetables, as well as concepts like drinking enough water, getting rid of temptation foods, picking up a hobby, and eating only off of a plate while sitting at the kitchen table.
3. The Zone Diet & Forskolin – The Zone Diet has also been around for a few years, but it is full of tried and true wisdom that should allow it to see a resurgence in the coming year. It is extremely basic. It states that each meal should be 30% protein, 30% fat, and 40% carbs.
Bet it’s been a while since you’ve seen a diet that encouraged you to eat carbs, right? The carbs should be, of course, good for you, like fruit or vegetables or whole grains. This diet is especially targeted to boosting the metabolism so losing weight and keeping it off is easy.
And, better with a side of Forskolin, which is a trendy plant that looks like a mint leaf. This new weight loss option has also been a good side benefit with the slow-carb diet as well.