Tied at number one, the Mediterranean and the DASH diet, which stands for dietary approaches to stop hypertension. Both put emphasis on fruits, veggies, whole grains, and low-fat dairy foods.
The Mediterranean is ranked one of the best diets for diabetes. And the DASH is often recommended to lower blood pressure.
Coming in third … the Flexitarian diet. This is basically a vegetarian diet that gives you the “flexibility” to eat meat or fish on occasion.
And coming in fourth is the ever-popular Weight Watchers diet.
Wondering which diet came in last?
The high protein, high fat and low carb diet known as Keto. Experts ranked the diet poorly on long-term weight loss success, ease of use and overall impact on health.