The Best (and Worst) Diets of 2020 According to Experts
Over time, we've become a lot more conscious of what we're putting into our bodies. As a society we're trying to move away from toxic 'diet-culture' and move towards a more body-positive, self love lifestyle. And the more aware we've become about how dangerous 'fad diets' can be for our overall health (physical and mental), the more we're choosing to shift our focus towards being fit and healthy rather than losing weight.
A big part of this is our diet. Discovering what works for you can be a huge game changer in how you chose to fuel your body. So how do you cut through all the information out there and find a 'diet' that suits you? Cue: U.S. News & World's annual review.
Each year a range of health experts, including nutritionists and specialists in diabetes, heart health, human behaviour and weight loss, analyse 35 of the most popular diet trends and give their overall health rating based on their research and expert opinions. This creates a helpful, trustworthy guide we can use to figure out what's actually a healthy, sustainable lifestyle change and what's merely a passing phase.
Here's everything you need to know about the best and worst diets in 2020.