US News & World Report ranks best diets of 2015

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US News & World Report has issued its rankings for the best diets of 2015 in eight ranking sets, covering everything from plant-based and Paleo diets to best diabetes and best weight-loss diets.

According to the website:

“As Americans resolve to become more invested in their health and wellness in the New Year, U.S. News & World Report [on Tuesday] released its Best Diets of 2015, featuring rankings and information on 41 diet plans. For the fifth year, the DASH diet wins Best Diets Overall, while Weight Watchers holds onto the No. 1 spot for Best Weight-Loss Diets. The Health Management Resources plan (HMR), a new diet on the 2015 list, takes the No. 2 spot in the Best Diets for Weight-Loss category.”

The story also reports:

“The Mediterranean Diet, which was recently credited with boosting life spans, claims the No. 1 spot among Plant-Based Diets and ties for the No. 3 spot among Best Diets Overall, behind DASH and the TLC Diet.”

For the complete list of best diets and diet programs, and full reports on each, continue reading the story here. or visit

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