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Why Did Ketogenic Meal Planning Finish Last for the Best Ways to Eat?

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  • Forty-five million Americans make a pledge every year to improve the way they eat, some looking to U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Diets” report for recommendations and advice
  • This year, for the first time, the ketogenic diet was featured among the top 40 diets; it tied for No. 40 with the Dukan diet
  • While many believe the ketogenic diet is worthy of a much higher ranking, the fact it made the list at all is quite an accomplishment
  • Given the judging panel’s tremendous bias toward conventional approaches, anyone hoping for a science-based and nuanced view of the low-carb, high-fat diet was sorely disappointed by the panel’s analysis of the ketogenic diet
  • If you are looking for a diet that will deliver anti-inflammatory effects, appetite suppression, increased muscle mass, lower cancer risk, reduced insulin levels and weight loss, a cyclical ketogenic diet may be for you

By Dr. Mercola

Some 45 million Americans make a pledge every year to improve the way they eat. While you may be among those who desire to change your eating habits for the better, how do you decide which type of diet is best for your body and lifestyle? In an effort to help you choose, the U.S. News & World Report annually releases its evaluation of what some consider to be the top 40 best diets. For the first time this year, the ketogenic diet was featured on that list.

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