I developed these diet plans over the course of 2 years. My intention was to create diet plans that are as flexible as possible but still rely on a basic structure that is true to the type of diet (and there are 8 of them) and are also nutritionally balanced.

 

I hope that you will find them valuable and I appreciate feedback as the plans will continue to be a work in progress. Higher and lower calorie diet plans will be added as soon as they are created.

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This plan comes with very few restrictions for those who want to eat healthier without feeling like they are on a “diet.” It was modeled after the USDA’s current dietary guidelines and is a great plan for the general population to stick to.
Very high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, the DASH diet is backed by extensive research as a plan that can treat and perhaps reverse high blood pressure. It is similar to the Mediterranean diet but higher in animal protein and lower in fat.
This is essentially the Paleo Diet with options to include dairy and legumes or not (also peanut free). There is a higher carb, moderate carb, and low carb version. It was designed specifically for people that still suffer inflammatory symptoms after going gluten-free.
Ranked as the top choice for losing weight quickly, the Low Carb Diet is great for anyone with a stubborn metabolism and who has difficulty shedding fat around the midsection. The plan is difficult to adhere to for the first two weeks as one’s metabolism adapts.
This plan comes with very few restrictions for those who want to eat healthier without feeling like they are on a “diet.” It was modeled after the USDA’s current dietary guidelines and is a great plan for the general population to stick to.
This is essentially the Paleo Diet with options to include dairy and legumes or not (also peanut free). There is a higher carb, moderate carb, and low carb version. It was designed specifically for people that still suffer inflammatory symptoms after going gluten-free.
Very high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, the DASH diet is backed by extensive research as a plan that can treat and perhaps reverse high blood pressure. It is similar to the Mediterranean diet but higher in animal protein and lower in fat.
Ranked as the top choice for losing weight quickly, the Low Carb Diet is great for anyone with a stubborn metabolism and who has difficulty shedding fat around the midsection. The plan is difficult to adhere to for the first two weeks as one’s metabolism adapts.

"If you keep good food in your fridge, you'll eat good food."
Errick McAdams

A great choice for athletes that need higher carbohydrate intake for performance. It is also a plan for individuals that have impaired ability in digesting fat and therefore must restrict it. This one has a high amount of grains, starchy vegetables, and fruit.
For those seeking to add muscle to their physique, this plan offers additional portions for protein foods (especially meat). It is moderate in carbs but this can change based on what an individual chooses for Flavor Enhancers.
Whether it is for health or based on an ethical decision, the Vegetarian Diet continues to be a popular choice for many individuals who benefit out of reduced risk for chronic disease. This plan can also double as a Vegan Diet depending on which protein foods are chosen.
This plan is well cited in research as one that reduces an individual’s risk for cardiovascular disease and supports a healthy weight. It is very low in animal protein including dairy products but high in plant foods. It is also more liberal in fat compared to the traditional Dash Diet.
A great choice for athletes that need higher carbohydrate intake for performance. It is also a plan for individuals that have impaired ability in digesting fat and therefore must restrict it. This one has a high amount of grains, starchy vegetables, and fruit.
Whether it is for health or based on an ethical decision, the Vegetarian Diet continues to be a popular choice for many individuals who benefit out of reduced risk for chronic disease. This plan can also double as a Vegan Diet depending on which protein foods are chosen.
For those seeking to add muscle to their physique, this plan offers additional portions for protein foods (especially meat). It is moderate in carbs but this can change based on what an individual chooses for Flavor Enhancers.
This plan is well cited in research as one that reduces an individual’s risk for cardiovascular disease and supports a healthy weight. It is very low in animal protein including dairy products but high in plant foods. It is also more liberal in fat compared to the traditional Dash Diet.