I’m taking a social media class which means I get to learn a lot of cool things.
You can click on it for more info, but basically, it’s a graph that shows Google searches for “diet” over the past 10 years. Every spike you see is in January – when people evidently want to lose weight for the new year.
It turns out that a lot of people are talking about diets this month too, so if you’re looking for a new diet, here’s some inspiration:
Paleo Diet Is Nonsense Science from Slate
The Paleo diet can work – most diets can. But some of the science that is used to support it is junk.
The latest diet fad: 5-2 fasting from newsobserver.com
Fasting for two days a week is one way to reduce your total calories so this diet can work, but might be dangerous for some.
Diets supported by science
Topol: ‘Evidence Is Compelling’ on Mediterranean Diet from Medscape
It’s a video – yay!
Diets endorsed by celebrities
Kim Kardashian Diet Tips: All About Balance! from The Hollywood Gossip
I like the last line” “P.S. Like everything else, I was paid to say that.”
Jim Carrey raves about new ‘blissful’ diet from the Mother Nature Network
Infallibly Frugal: The Tastes of the New Pope, Francis from BonAppetit
How to choose a diet
5 questions to ask before trying a new diet from Health.com
Good things to consider.
7 Signs You’re Getting Bad Nutrition Advice from Healthy Eats
Where Should You Get Your Nutrition Advice? Seek The Guidance of The Food And Nutrition Experts
Look for the RD or RDN credential to find the best source of safe and accurate nutrition information