Ways of Eating
Carnivore Way of Eating
Zerocarb, all-meat, exclusive-meat
The Carnivore Diet is a high fat, moderate protein, zero carbohydrate approach to eating where the rules are simple - only animal based products with neglible carbs can be eaten. Two-to-three meals a day, eat when hungry, prioritize fatty meats, no need for organ meats or vitamins or supplements. Expect to be in nutritional ketosis.
Cyclical Ketogenic Diet
A cyclical or cyclic ketogenic diet is designed primarily for bodybuilders and involves a weekly rotation of carb intake. For example, you could go on a keto-style low-carb diet for four days and then consume a relatively high amount of carbs for the next three days.
USDA diet that limits processed food and sugar
IN BRIEF The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) eating plan is an acceptable eating pattern for people who have diabetes. In addition to promoting blood pressure control, this eating pattern has been shown to improve insulin resistance, hyperlipidemia, and even overweight/obesity. This balanced approach promotes consumption of a variety of foods (whole grains, fat-free or low-fat dairy products, fruits, vegetables, poultry, fish, and nuts) and is appropriate for the entire family.
High-Protein Ketogenic Diet
Like the SKD, this involves rotating your carb intake weekly. However, in this case, the ratio of protein is slightly higher (35%), with carbs still representing 5% and fat intake reduced to about 60%.