The Best Plant Based Diets 2020

Nutritarian Diet
Nutritarian Diet

Plant-based diets are good for the environment, your heart, your weight and your overall health. U.S. News defines plant-based as an approach that emphasizes minimally processed foods from plants, with modest amounts of fish, lean meat and low-fat dairy and red meat only sparingly.

The experts rated the diets below, and the Mediterranean diet came out on top of the list. Among the qualities considered were each diet’s ability to deliver weight loss, provide good nutrition and safety, and be relatively easy to follow.

 

Here Are The Best Plant Based Diets 2020

 

10.The Engine 2 Diet

The Engine 2 Diet
The Engine 2 Diet

Though experts liked the heart health and diabetes benefits, they faulted Engine 2 for being unnecessarily restrictive and “gimmicky,” and called for more research into some of its claims

Overall Score: 3.1/5
Weight Loss: 3.2/5
Healthy: 3.3/5

 

9. Vegan Diet

Vegan Diet
Vegan Diet

Overall, veganism is good for diabetes and heart disease, but it’s extremely restrictive, doesn’t offer built-in social support and may not provide enough of some nutrients.

Overall Score: 3.2/5
Weight Loss: 3.5/5
Healthy: 3.2/5

 

8. Nutritarian Diet

Nutritarian Diet
Nutritarian Diet

The nutritarian diet is “fairly sound and safe to follow,” according to one expert. But, several said the daily salads and the elimination of certain food groups, caffeine and between-meal snacking make it difficult to follow.

Overall Score: 3.3/5
Weight Loss: 3/5
Healthy: 3.5/5

 

7.Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet

 

Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Dr. Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet

This diet is nutritionally sound, and most Americans “would benefit from adopting many of these principles, especially increasing fruits and vegetables,” one expert said.

Overall Score: 3.3/5
Weight Loss: 2.4/5
Healthy: 3.9/5

 

6. Asain Diet

Asian Diet
Asian Diet

The traditional Asian diet is a reasonable choice for an eating pattern. Experts liked its nutrition and safety but doubted the plan’s ability to deliver weight loss.

Overall Score: 3.4/5
Weight Loss: 2.9/5
Healthy: 4.3/5

 

5. Vegetarian Diet

Going Student Vegetarian
Vegetarian Diet

Vegetarianism is strong in heart health and nutritional completeness and is a complete, healthy diet overall.

Overall Score: 3.6/5
Weight Loss: 3.1/5
Healthy: 4.1/5

 

4. Ornish Diet

Ornish Diet
Ornish Diet

The Ornish diet is nutritionally sound, safe and heart-healthy, but it’s not easy to adhere to the severe fat restriction the diet demands.

Overall Score: 3.6/5
Weight Loss: 3.3/5
Healthy: 4.1/5

 

3. Nordic Diet

Nordic Diet
Nordic Diet

The Nordic Diet is based on 10 principles of healthy eating, including eating more fruits and vegetables, more whole grains, and more food from the seas and lakes.

Overall Score: 3.6/5
Weight Loss: 2.9/5
Healthy: 4.5/5

 

2. The Flexitarian Diet

The Flexitarian Diet
The Flexitarian Diet

The Flexitarian Diet, which emphasizes fruits, veggies, whole grains and plant-based protein, is a smart and healthy choice. One panellist noted that this diet is “a nice approach that could work for the whole family.

Overall Score: 4.1/5
Weight Loss: 3.4/5
Healthy: 4.7/5

 

1. Mediterranean Diet

Mediterranean Diet
Mediterranean Diet

With its emphasis on fruits, vegetables, olive oil, fish and another healthy fare, the Mediterranean diet is eminently sensible.

Overall Score: 4.2/5
Weight Loss: 3/5
Healthy: 4.8/5

 

Source😐 US News Health