It's not a lie ~ We Are What We Eat! - Cliffnotes for your HEALTH!
Various Eating Lifestyles
90/10 Theory 
A flexible approach to eating that strives for eating healthy foods 90 percent of the time, and allowing 10 percent of the time to eat whatever you desire.
Anti-Aging Diet
This diet is based on the idea that foods high in fats and sugar accelerate the aging process whereas foods with antioxidants like fish, fruits and vegetables are anti-inflammatory and slow the onset of aging.
Atkins Diet
This diet restricts carbohydrates, causing the body to burn its own fat for fuel, instead of carbohydrates.

Explores many common weight loss myths while simplifying the basic principles of fat burning. The first step is knowing what your body type is.
This ancient healing system from India emphasizes eating in accordance with your individual body type and the seasons.
A diet for those who suffer from immune disorders, candida-related imbalances, or a general lack of well-being. A world-renowned system of healing, the BED establishes and nourishes the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the digestive tract.

An individualized approach to eating, depending on blood type, which combines anthropology, medical history and genetics.
Calorie Restriction
A diet that aims to extend life expectancy through limited caloric intake.
High-Carbohydrate Diets
This modern take on traditional diets relies on whole grains, beans and vegetables.

Your nutritional type is primarily determined by your genetically inherited ability to metabolize various foods into the energy and building blocks your body needs to be healthy. There are three basic types: 1) Protein Types, 2) Carbohydrate Types, 3) Mixed Types.

A philosophy based on balancing yin and yang through eating natural, whole foods.
Mediterranean Diet
Based on the traditional foods of Italy and Greece, this diet consists mostly of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and olive oil, and emphasizes exercise.
Raw or living food diets are based on eating unprocessed and uncooked plant foods.
South Beach Diet
A low-carbohydrate diet that distinguishes the right kinds of carbohydrates and fat, while emphasizing lean proteins.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
An ancient belief system which looks at health holistically and uses diagnosis as a way to assess overall health of the body.
Vegetarian/Vegan Diets
A vegetarian diet restricts eating meat. A vegan diet restricts the use of all animal products.
Based on the work of Dr. Weston A. Price, this diet emphasizes nourishing traditional foods and farm produce for optimal health.
The Zone Diet
A diet based on regulating blood sugar levels with a balance of carbohydrates, fats and proteins at every meal, enabling the body to burn fat more efficiently.

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