If you love juice, there’s a diet just for you. Same with fruit, meat, and sprouted foods. The smorgasbord of eating options today—from the mainstream to the fringy and faddish—means a culinary regimen exists for almost everyone.
As this selective list shows, there’s a fair amount of overlap when it comes to food groups and ingredients. But any dietary plan can go astray. And getting proper nutrition from a restrictive diet can be challenging, if not impossible.
The key, says registered dietitian nutritionist Jennifer Bruning, is to “find what you like, what you can afford, what works best for your body, and—most important—what you can stick to.”