Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Forbes Living TV Reveals the Best Diets from US News and World Report

Forbes Living TV Reports on the Best Diets for 2014

The New Year is in full swing now and many people listed weight loss and wellness as a 2014 goal. With so many diet plans to choose from, Forbes Living TV shares the top five plans from the US News and World Reports Best Diets.

Forbes Living TV and the Best Diets

Forbes Living TV and the Best Diets for 2014
The DASH Diet – DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, a diet which was created by the National Institutes of Health. It scored the top rank based on nutritional completeness, safety, ability to prevent or control diabetes, and role in supporting heart health. Though many never heard of this diet before, it is a winner.

 The TLC Diet -- Therapeutic Lifestyle Change diet was also created by the NIH. It received the second highest ranking for being a cardio-healthy plan. It’s a do-it-yourself diet which means there is no checking in at meetings or online.

 Mayo Clinic Diet – Ranks high in the control of diabetes, is healthful and a safe diet. It is considered to be moderately successful for weight loss.

 Mediterranean Diet – This diet focuses on eating fish, lots of vegetables and olive oil. The experts deemed it quite positive. Weight Watchers – This commercially available diet plan is well-known and works well for both long and short term dieters. It emphasizes lifestyle changes, healthy eating and exercise. Dieters can join it at one of their centers and take advantage of group meetings, or online and receive the same level of support.

Forbes Living TV encourages readers to learn how each of these diets works by visiting the US News and World Report Best Diet Rankings. Not all plans are right for everyone. Finding one which is affordable and relatively easy to follow based on lifestyle is the key in being successful at it.

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