Google released its “Year in Search Trends” report for 2019, and popular diet trends were included in the roundup.

Following a healthy lifestyle has great benefits, however, it is important to keep in mind that while following any diet, make sure it is a well balanced one and you are getting the proper nutrients for your body and mind. It’s important to understand your body’s specific limitations by consulting with a medical professional, dietician or nutritionist.


Check out the trends, as well as our linked recommendations, below:

The J.Lo Diet

Jennifer Lopez announced in January of 2019 she was giving up carbs and sugar for ten days. Her nutritionist told her to cut out dairy, starchy vegetables, dairy, fruits and grains, and candy, pastries and sweeteners. She instead focused on cruciferous vegetables, leafy greens, fats, protein, nuts, seeds, seafood and eggs. Want the J.Lo diet? Check out these recipes:

Endomorph Diet

This diet focuses on eating for your body type. “Endomorphs” have higher body fat percentages and larger bodies. This diet removes processed and refined foods, cuts carbs and sugar and focuses on healthy fats and proteins. Read more about healthy fats and proteins below:

“No Carbs, No Sugar”

This popular search had dieters removing all carbs and sugars from their diets. Find recipes with lower carb and sugar content here:



Sirtfood was a common search in October 2019. This diet includes green tea, citrus, parsley, capers, blueberries, and apples. It’s supposed to help with metabolism and inflammation. Get our suggested recipes below:


The Dubrow diet combines intermittent fasting with vegetables and low-fat foods during the second phase of the diet. Check out vegetable heavy and low-fat recipes here:


1200 Calorie Diet

The 1,200 Calorie diet focuses on reducing calories to lose weight. Get healthy low calorie options here:

Dr. Sebi Diet

The Dr. Sebi diet found popularity during the later half of the year. This diet depends on keeping the body alkaline, cutting out wheat and animal products. Dr. Sebi was part of an overall trend for reduced animal products in diets. But the most popular search was intermittent fasting. Read more about intermittent fasting here:


Reducing your meat intake, eating more veggies and plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer and has many side effects. Learn about some Common Health Concerns That May Disappear Once You Ditch Dairy and 10 Calcium Supplements For Healthy Living on a Dairy-Free and 10 Carrageenan-Free Non-Dairy Products!

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