Don’t be fooled by claims about popular diet trends on social media.

During the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have either gained weight or taken the time to get into shape – and in some cases, a little of both. Regardless, we’ve all been inundated with information and claims about popular diet trends in the news or on social media.

The best advice when it comes to crafting a healthy diet isn’t to trust an online trend, but to instead seek guidance from a dietitian trained to help us focus on being healthy, which is far more important than simply losing weight. They can answer questions about dietary and lifestyle factors, like stress, that affect health and can help build a personalized, long-term plan that includes proper caloric intake, optimized supplementation and prioritizes whole foods. Here are some insights from the dietitians we work with to debunk three popular diet trends:

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