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Best diets of 2024: a slideshow

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It’s not too late to help your patients make 2024 the year of eating for health and wellness.

While many people make new year’s resolutions to eat healthier foods, any time of year can be a good time to improve on nutrition.

In January, U.S. News & World Report published its updated “Best Diets Overall 2024” rankings. The publication works with a panel of nationally known experts in nutrition, obesity, food psychology and disease management, along with The Harris Poll, to analyze 30 eating programs across 11 categories.

Criteria include nutritional completeness, health risks and benefits, long-term sustainability and evidence-based effectiveness, with strengths, weaknesses and specific goals each diet might address.

This slideshow presents the top 15 best diets overall, but there are online filters to sort diets for conditions such as diabetes and bone and joint health.

Descriptions here were taken from U.S. News & World Report.

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