The last thing you want from a diet is a risk to your health. Any diet should provide sufficient calories and not fall seriously short on important nutrients or entire food groups. The Best Diets for Healthy Eating rankings weigh nutritional completeness and safety, with particular emphasis on safety, based on ratings in those categories of 5 (best) to 1 (worst) by a panel of experts. (See how we did it.) Of the 35 popular diet programs ranked by U.S. News, the government-endorsed Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) plan stood at the top of the Healthy Eating list.
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We came across this study attesting to the effectiveness of different diets. This is worth reading. It has been done by a panel of nationally recognized experts in diet, nutrition, obesity, food psychology, diabetes, and heart disease. One key factor when choosing a diet is its impact on your health. But another one is that you can follow it everyday, making it a permanent way of eating.
Anyway, selecting a food compatible with your chosen diet will require a good knowledge about its content in fat, protein, carbs and fiber. That’s where DietSensor can help a lot by reading directly the nutrients % in the cells of the food. Useful when eating outside or with homemade dishes and beverages that do not have a nutritional label. So you can stay balanced, even when it’s home cooked.