If 2018 was all about the Keto diet and the Dubrow Diet, the new year has brings a new contender for resolutioners' curiosity and endless Google searches: That would be the Mediterranean Diet, 2019's top diet, according to new rankings just released from U.S. News and World Report.
The Mediterranean diet, which is focused on healthy fats, lean meats such as fish, and fruits and vegetables, nabbed the top spot on the list for the first time ever.
"With its emphasis on fruits and vegetables, olive oil, fish and other healthy fare, the Mediterranean diet is eminently sensible," according to U.S. News and World Report's description of the new No. 1 diet, alone at the top of the list for the first time ever.
"And experts’ assessments of it were resoundingly positive, giving this diet an edge over many competitors."
Last year, the Mediterranean diet came in as a tie in the rankings with the DASH diet.
DASH is an acronym for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, meant to help followers lower their blood pressure through food.
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