Diet Plans

Diet Plans

We have put together an extensive list of diets, with detailed information on the benefits and methods.
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Overview

Carb Cycling is used to build muscle whilst minimizing fat gain. The diet involves alternating carb intake on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. High Carb days are used to promote muscle growth and low carb days are used to encourage fat loss.

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The Clean Eating diet is all about consuming whole foods, unprocessed and unrefined the way nature delivered it. This type of diet is hugely popular as it is about a lifestyle change, making it a more sustainable long term option.

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IIFYM stands for If It Fits Your Macros. Its another name for ‘Flexible Dieting’ and is a form of calorie counting based on tracking your macronutrients (Protein, Fat and Carbohydrates) without restricting food choices.

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The Gluten Free Diet is as the name describes. It his highly beneficial for those with allergies or intolerances to gluten, and is mainly used by those suffering with Coeliacs Disease.

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Intermittent Fasting is a diet pattern that involves cycling between periods of eating and fasting. The focus isn’t on which foods to eat, but when to eat. There are multiple fasting methods, one of the most popular includes skipping breakfast and eating between 12-8pm.

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The Keto Diet also known as Ketogenic Diet is a high fat, moderate protein and low carbohydrate diet. The low carbs prompt the body to go into a state of ketosis, where fats are burned as the body’s main energy source.

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The Mediterranean Diet is a heart-healthy eating plan. It comprises of mostly plant-based foods, healthy oils such as olive and canola, herbs and spices instead of salt, limiting meats and fish and getting plenty of exercise.

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The Paleo Diet short for Paleolithic Diet focuses on eating the way our ancestors did. Non-processed foods, Organic grass fed meats, fresh fish, fruits, vegetables, nut and seeds. 

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The Vegan Diet consists only of plant derived foods. Vegans do not use or consume any animal/animal products. 

The Vegetarian Diet comprises of predominantly plant based foods. There are multiple types of vegetarian these include; Lacto-vegetarian, Ovo-vegetarian, Lacto-ovo Vegetarian, Pescatarian and Pollotarian. Click to find out more.

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The Zone Diet was developed over 30 years ago and requires followers to stick to a specific Macronutrient ratio of 40% Carbs, 30% Protein and 30% Fat. The Zone diet’s main focus is to reduce inflammation throughout the body, which is known to cause weight gain, disease and aging.