Top 10 Most Searched Diets for 2017 per Google (see 2016 below)
#1; Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) Diet
The number one diet is not really a diet. Apple Cider Vinegar is said to help with all kinds of ailments, including helping with diabetes and weight loss. ACV is claimed to help reduce your appetite and to enable your body to burn fat more efficiently. Although there seems to be no evidence that ACV can help with suppressing appetite or improving your ability to burn fat, it does have one remarkable benefit that is worth noting. ACV, although acidic, once it is ingested, it help your body to maintain an alkaline PH. Many experts agree that cancer cannot live in an alkaline environment, so ACV is considered to be an anti-cancer agent.
#2: Plant Based Diet
The plant based diet is not necessarily a vegan or vegetarian. It simply encourages you to focus on eating more plant based foods (fruits and vegetables, nut, seeds, legumes, and whole grains) and less animal products. A plant based diet should help you to lose weight and improve your overall health.
#3: The Tom Brady Diet (TB12 Method)
Tom Brady is the popular quarter back for the New England Patriots football team. Tom and his celebrity wife, Giselle Bundchen eat what they call an 80/20 diet, which is about 80% vegetables and 20% lean meat. Alan Campbell, Tom and Giselle's personal chef, believes that a plant based diet can prevent and reverse disease. A great diet and exercise regime and more, but not for everyone.
#4: Boiled Egg Diet
The boiled egg diet begins with a breakfast of two boiled eggs each day. Some extreme versions of the diet call for eating boiled eggs for every meal for two weeks. You will lose weight on this diet, but there are a number of flaws, some of which could be dangerous. In addition, many of the weight loss claims are over stated.
#5: The Emily Ratajkowski Diet
There is no Emily Ratajkowski diet. Emily is an entrepreneur, actress and model with a beautiful body, so people are curious as to what she eats. She says that her day begins with a cup of black coffee and a pastry.
#6: The Ketogenic Diet
The Keto Diet was on last year's top ten most searched diet list (see below). This diet is actually a diet that was created to help children with epilepsy. The diet is a low carb, high protein diet. The aim of the diet is to put your body in a state of ketosis which burns fat. You should lose weight, but be aware of the probable side effects.
#7: The GOLO Diet
The GOLO Diet was the number one searched diet for 2016 (see below).
Some of the claims of the GOLO Diet such as optimizing insulin levels are yet to be confirmed. In addition, GOLO sells a metabolic supplement called Release, that may be over priced. In my review of the GOLO Diet, you will find that it is one of the very few diets that leave me undecided. If it does all that it claims, it is worth consideration, but I am not yet convinced.
#8: The Shepherd's Diet
The Shepherd's Diet was created by Kristina Wilds, a personal trainer. She says the diet is based on biblically inspired weight loss principals. The diet has been compared with the Atkins Diet which is a low carb diet. Kristina has incorporated a solid common sense approach to losing weight.
#9: The Coffee Diet or The Coffee Lover's Diet
I happen to love coffee and I know that many others fell the same way. The Coffee Lover's Diet by Bob Arnot, encourages dieter to consume black coffee after every meal. In addition, drink a cup of black coffee before exercising or showering. The premise is that the black coffee will boost your metabolism. As much as I love coffee, there are some flaws.
#10: The Mediterranean Diet
The Mediterranean Diet happens to be one of the best diets and is consistently top rated each year by the experts for U.S. News. (Presently ranked #2 by U.S. News). This diet is based on how people who lived in the Mediterranean area used to eat years ago. The diet is a plant based diet which allows chicken and fish and seafood and dairy. This diet is healthy, so you will not only lose weight, but you will improve your overall health and well being.
What has changed over the past year? Below are the previous year's results.
Most Searched Diets 2016
According to Google, the top most searched diets are the following:
The GOLO Diet is a creation of Dr. Keith Ablow and associates. It's claim to weight loss success is that it optimizes your insulin levels and that insulin levels help reduce your fat storage. The cost is $39.95 per month which includes their patented supplement called Release. Release is supposed to kick start your metabolism. What GOLO claims it can do for you sounds too good to be true, and perhaps it is. There are a number of issues with this diet, you can find out more by reading me GOLO Diet Review.
Sorry to inform you that the Taco diet is not really a diet. It is actually a taco cookbook conceived by three creative authors who describe themselves as vegan taco scientists. The book is called The Taco Cleanse and it includes 75 vegan taco recipes. Read more...
This diet is a spin off of the Military Diet. The substitutes allow you to tailor the diet to literally better fit your taste, or to make the diet vegan or gluten free. Military Diet proponents and advocates are adamant about changing as little as possible. Read more...
The Atkins 40 Diet is a variation of the original Atkins Diet, now called the Atkins 20 Diet. The Atkins 20 Diet starts you out at 20g Net carbs daily, the Atkins 40 Diet starts you at 40g Net carbs daily. The 40g per day starting point makes the Atkins 40 a little easier. Read more...
The Ketogenic Diet began as a diet to help children with epilepsy. The diet is essentially a high fat. high protein, low carb diet. A low carb intake puts our body into a ketogenic state. Although this should promote weight loss there are some probable side effects such as fatigue, vomiting, increased urination, bad breath, and confusion. Read more...
The Dissociated Diet is based on the claim that it is not the food that makes us gain weight, it is the 'mixing of foods' that causes weight gain. Therefore, separating or dissociating foods will help us to lose weight. You eat foods from a single food group. You can make each meal a different food group, each day a different food group, or even longer. Read more...
The idea behind the Wild diet is that we should eat like our grandparent ate. It is based on a Mediterranean Diet or lifestyle. This diet was created by Abel James, and focuses on organic, natural, and healthy foods. Read more....
I am pleased to report that the Pizza Diet is a real diet. The Pizza Diet was created by Chef Pasquale Cozzolino, whose doctor gave him an ultimatum of losing weight or having a heart attack. The secret of this diet is in Chef C's pizza crust. Read more...
The Dukan Diet is a four stage diet which focuses on eating plenty of veggies and lean protein along with drinking plenty of water and exercising. The diet is a low carb diet and somewhat restrictive.
The Mono Diet takes the Dissociated Diet to the next level. With the Mono diet, you typically eat a single food for every meal. Although this diet is simple, it has numerous flaws and can create health concerns. I think that it is one of the worst diets that I have seen in quite a while. Read more...
The thumb up, thumb down or maybe are simply my opinion. My intention is to help you make your best decision when choosing your weight loss strategy. I encourage you to read my reviews to get more information. Please notice that only 3 of the ten top searched diets got a thumbs up. My point, do not be too quick to follow the crowd.
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Can 'What other people are searching for' help you or hurt you?
Let's take a look at the overall results.
Of the twenty diets that are listed on this page, three are not really diets and one diet (the Mono Diet) is potentially harmful.
Research is a necessary and important part of choosing a diet.
There are some reliable sources of weight loss information and comparison that can help you. This site is intended to be one of those sources.
The top ten most searched diets per Google | the top ten most Googled diets | (based on my reviews) are only about 35% (7 out of 20) helpful.
Where is the best place for you to look for information to help you to make a diet decision?
May I recommend two sites.
Win At Losing Weight, our site for candid reviews and information.
U.S. News for their expert list of the top diets. Each year, experts for U.S. News compile a list of the top diets.
Last year, the list was made up of 38 of the best diets, this year the list is made up of 39 diets.
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