A plant-based diet—of course—veggies, fruits, nuts, and legumes. While vegetarians generally avoid eating animals, they do make exceptions for foods that come from animals, like dairy and eggs. Reduces risk of heart disease, diabetes, and even some cancers.


Vegans avoid all animal products and by-products, including eggs, dairy, even honey. This requires a little diligence, as many foods are prepared with butter, chicken or beef stocks, or additives like omega-3 fish oils. Our vegan menu items are certified, by the way.


A menu for those with gluten-related problems or allergies—no grains, wheat, barley, or rye. Those who go gluten-free claim improved health, weight loss, and greater energy.1 Go with veggies, beans, lean and unprocessed meats, fish, poultry, and low-fat dairy.


Drop your caloric intake while increasing the calories you burn through exercise. Math does the rest. Don’t forget lean protein to drive that metabolism. Avoid refined carbs like white bread, white rice, chips and sugars. For complex carbs, go with fresh veggies and whole grains.


Originally designed for those with certain medical conditions like diabetes, ketogenic diets are seriously high-fat. Think: up to 90 percent of daily intake from unsaturated fats like nuts and avocados, as well as saturated fats from beef, pork and butter. Basically, it tricks your body into burning fat as opposed to storing it as consumed carbs.*


Think lean meats, fish, veggies, nuts and seeds. You know, the stuff that hunters and gatherers eat. Good for losing weight or maintaining a healthy weight. Avoid grains, dairy, refined sugars, salt, potatoes and processed foods in general.


This is all about limiting portions, so nothing’s off limits. Points-friendly diets promote exercise while gently nudging you toward fruits, veggies, and lean proteins. Avoid foods that are high in sugar or saturated fats.


High-protein diets can be a great way to jumpstart weight loss. Usually, they restrict carbs in favor of lean beef, pork, skinless poultry, fish, soy protein, beans, nuts, and low-fat dairy products. Avoid processed meats.