Sticking to a diet is tough. The number of diet plans that are available today is virtually uncountable. No single diet is suitable for all. Here are some customisable options to meet your diet goals.

Mediterranean diet

This diet is celebrated as a preventive medicinal diet. It’s rich in anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Prioritised food Fresh fruits and vegetables.

Atkins diet  

It is a low-carb diet that insists on consuming protein and fat. It is designed for weight loss. Prioritised food Meat and egg

The Paleo diet  

This diet recommends you to eat foods that our ancestors in the ancient period used to eat. Prioritised food Fruits, nuts & meat

Low-fat diet  

This diet seeks a reduction in the intake of protein. Generally, the intake of fat is restricted to 30% of your daily calories. Prioritised food Green leaves, vegetables, fish

Dash diet 

It stands for “Dietary approaches to stop hypertension”. It is one of the special diets for controlling high blood pressure. Prioritised food Fresh fruits, vegetable

Weight watchers diet

Shortly called WW, the Weight watchers diet is one of the best night-and-day diet plans for weight loss. There are no particular food items that you need to stick to. This diet allows you to choose your food while maintaining your calorie intake.

Flexitarian diet 

A Flexitarian diet is otherwise called a semi-vegetarian diet. It recommends a large plate of vegetarian items along with occasional non-vegetarian foods. Prioritised food Plant-based diet

Intermittent fasting (IF) 

This is a diet strategy that switches between eating and fasting. The most common IF method is the 16/8 method, wherein you can intake calories only within 8 hours of the 24 hours. You will not take food for the rest of the 16 hours. 

The Dukan diet  

It comprises 4 phases, with two weight loss and two maintenance phases. In the weight loss phase, you will intake protein-rich foods and restrict your carb contents. Prioritised food Protein-rich food