Top 5 Most Googled Diets in 2019 and How Most of Them Don't Work Instantly
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Holidays are coming right up. A lot of different avenues of gatherings and parties are continuously piling up on your schedule. Do you know what this also means? Lots and lots of food for you to digest. However, if you're that person that needs or wants to stay fit, you might have to give yourself a break and lose some of that holiday weight before the year 2019 ends. 

Luckily, you are not the only one thinking about creating some healthy diets as Google recently released the 'Top 5 Most Googled Diets of 2019.'

Top Five Most Googled Diets of 2019 From Least to Most Popular

Which among them will work for you?

Golo Diet

If you have never heard about Golo Diet, you might have to check it out yourself. However, this diet seemed to be the least effective diet of 2019, based on Amazon reviews. Golo diet was created by the Golo company itself that sells supplements and promotes a balanced diet and exercise for its users.

The main idea behind the Golo diet is its promotion to lessen glucose content and maintaining a healthy level of insulin in the body. The company claims that one secret to lowering body fat level is through their 'Release' supplement product-- which may or may not work for you. 

1200 Calories Diet

According to Healthline, 1,200 Calories Diet is popular mostly for women ages over 50 since their diet has the same calorie content, to begin with. Initially, if you're looking forward to lowering your body weight this coming 2020, one way to do it is through lowering your calorie intake.

This is how 1200 Calories Diet works. However, Dr. Liz Weinandy from Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center warned people that "it is not recommended that a person goes under 1,200 calories a day since it is very hard to get enough nutrients like calcium, protein, and magnesium on a calorie level less than 1,200." 

Noom Diet

Just like the most common warning to all that are aiming to get fit, diet meals always depends on your body type. That is why application Noom emerges in the stream-- targeting millennials most of the time. Noom app allows you to have a tracker on the nutrition intake your food has.

For example, foods are divided into colors red, yellow, and green. Red as having the most calorie-dense food and green represents veggies and fruits. What's awesome in this app is that you can eat whatever you want even if you're on a diet. However, Noom app may also warn you in between. 

Dr. Sebi Diet

Self-educated herbalist Alfredo Darrington Bowman is commonly known as Dr. Sebi features a diet that can be categorized as a 'vegan diet.' Meals with meats are prohibited in Dr. Sebi Diet, along with drinking alcohol. Aside from this, you must also strictly follow Dr. Sebi's food pattern for life to achieve a continuously healthy lifestyle, according to Dr. Sebi himself.

Intermittent Fasting Diet

Having the spot of the most popular and Googled diet in 2019 is the Intermittent Fasting Diet. This diet is more like a food routine or eating pattern rather than a diet. To have your body fit, according to an intermittent fasting diet, you need to have scheduled eating and fasting time for your body.

One popular method of this is called the 16/8 method. This means that you have to allocate 8 hours for eating, then you fast for 16 hours in between. 

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