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So, where do you start? Should you ditch carbs, or embrace whole grains? Cut out meat, or go high-protein? There’s no one right answer, says registered dietitian Andrea Dunn, RD. “The best diet is the one you’re going to follow,” she says. There’s no one diet that will fit everybody’s needs, personalities, lifestyles or food preferences. Some people find other diets work well for them. Some love the high-fat, low-carb keto diet. Others swear by intermittent fasting, in which you restrict eating during certain days of the week or hours of the day. Dunn recommends steering clear of plans that forbid entire food groups. Likewise, skip diets that promise rapid weight loss of more than 1 or 2 pounds a week. “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is,” she says. And think about whether your new diet is truly something you can stick with for the long haul. Dunn notes, “It’s about matching your lifestyle with the foods you enjoy and what will work best for you long-term, without feeling deprived or ripped off.”

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