Fad diets are popular for a reason: They can offer big results in a short amount of time. But, they can be difficult to stick to, and they don't always encourage healthy lifestyle changes. That's why, for the fifth year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked dozens of top diets to see how they stack up.
Using their team of experts, the magazine evaluated 35 diets based on whether or not they deliver on their claims, pose any health risks, and can help manage or prevent disease. Number one overall — and last year's winner — is the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension). This high-carb, ...
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