One of the things that makes EAT Club so popular is our ability to cater to a variety of different dietary needs. We consistently strive to have several options on our menu for people on every type of diet, including vegan, Paleo, and gluten-free. But it’s also essential to stay ahead of the curve by researching and spotting upcoming trends before they become popular. What are the diets people will be talking about this time next year? We have the answers. Some of these are already showing up on our menu, so keep your eyes peeled for the following Next Big Diet Trends.
Raw Food Diet – The Raw Food Diet maintains that the process of cooking food destroys many of its vital nutrients. While most people follow a plant-based vegan version of this diet, some will allow for raw fish and certain types of raw meat. The only rule is that nothing can be heated above 115 degrees Fahrenheit, which can prove problematic in the summer if your apartment doesn’t have air-conditioning.
Glycemic-Index Diet – The Glycemic-Index Diet makes a distinction between good carbs and bad carbs, depending on the way they affect your blood sugar levels. The diet asks you to steer clear of foods with bad carbs, such as white bread and cookies, and focuses on foods that feature good carbs, such as bran cereal, fruits, and veggies. The diet makes the claim that good carbs leave you feeling full for longer, while bad carbs quickly leave you feeling hungry again and also will talk about you behind your back.
Burned Food Diet – The Burned Food Diet serves as a counter point to the raw food movement. It consists of fruits, vegetables, and frozen pizzas that have been burned to a crisp, cooking out most of the nutrients, color, and flavor. Although nutritionists have yet to study the science behind it, the diet is popular with forgetful people who own ovens.
Entire Pint Of Ben & Jerry’s Diet – The Entire Pint Of Ben & Jerry’s Diet only allows you to eat entire pints of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream for meals. Although technically high in calories, most people lose weight on this diet since it causes you to feel such shame and regret that you end up only eating once every couple of days.
Whatever You Want Plus A Diet Coke Diet – Proponents of the Whatever You Want Plus A Diet Coke Diet claim that the chemical structure of the molecules in Diet Coke nullifies the calories in food consumed with it, causing anything you eat with a Diet Coke to become retroactively healthy. The larger the Diet Coke, the healthier the meal. And if you drink two, you don’t even need to exercise.
Speed Of Prey Diet – The Speed Of Prey Diet makes the as yet scientifically-unproven claim that the faster and harder to catch an animal is, the healthier and more nutritious it is for you to eat. This diet prohibits slower animals, such as cows, pigs, and turkeys, while recommending faster animals, such as deer, cheetahs, and turtles on motorcycles.