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Top 13 diets for 2023


Here are some eating programs for fighting obesity, controlling diseases, or improving health in 2023.

When your patients tell you they want to lose weight – or you advise them to do so – what’s the best way to do it?

Other new year’s resolutions related to health could include better control of a chronic condition such as diabetes or improving bone and joint health.

U.S. News & World Report published its “Best Diets 2023” list – actually, multiple lists that rank eating plans based on factors such as being family friendly, based on plants, heart healthy, or easy to follow.

Here are the overall top 13 diets, with three bonus bits of research you can share with patients to support their decisions about healthy eating. The diet descriptions are taken from U.S. News & World Report, with additional sources cited where appropriate.

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