Could This Be The Best Diet To Follow This Year?


New year, new diet. That's how many of us roll. But which is the best diet for you? It could be the Mediterranean Diet, considering for the fourth year in a row the diet that focuses on fruits, veggies and fish continues to be named the best diet according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking.

So how do you make meals that follow this diet? I'll let Dr Oz and Rachael Ray explain.

Sound good? I think it looks pretty damn easy. I, for one, tend to eat more of a plant-based diet, eating predominantly vegan foods most days and occasionally eating some meat or fish. These kind of low meat or no meat diets seem to be not only a trend of late but scientifically proven to be the best diets across the board.

According to the World Health Organization ....

Processed meat was classified as Group 1, carcinogenic to humans. What does this mean?

This category is used when there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in humans. In other words, there is convincing evidence that the agent causes cancer. The evaluation is usually based on epidemiological studies showing the development of cancer in exposed humans.

In the case of processed meat, this classification is based on sufficient evidence from epidemiological studies that eating processed meat causes colorectal cancer.

https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/cancer-carcinogenicity-of-the-consumption-of-red-meat-and-processed-meat

So if you don't want to cut out meat entirely, which, let's face it, is pretty hard. Maybe cut it down a bit for the new year and just maybe you'll be a healthier version of yourself.

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