Out with the old and in with the new. If you're ready to devote time and effort to a diet, you need to know the top diet of 2024.
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We have the 2024 edition of U.S. News & World Report's Best Diets rankings, so you can see how popular weight-loss strategies compare.
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Please start a drumroll! "The overall winner for 2024 is the Mediterranean diet," says Gretel Schueller, Managing Editor, Health at U.S. News.
And this diet earned the top spot for good reason. According to Schueller, "It's the seventh consecutive year that it's ranked first overall.
The Mediterranean diet is more of a lifestyle approach than a diet, which explains why it has lasted so long. There are no complicated rules to remember, nor are the ingredients difficult to track.
A good diet should have balance, maintainability, palatability, family friendliness, sustainability, and healthfulness. "The Mediterranean diet checks off all of those boxes."