The Mediterranean diet is healthy for practically anybody, including women over 50.
This low-saturated-fat diet is based on 1960s Greek and Italian eating habits. It's mostly vegetables, legumes, fruit, nuts, and whole grains, with olive oil as the main added fat.
The DASH diet focuses on vegetables, fruit, low-fat dairy, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, fish, and chicken.
Choosing nutrient-dense, whole meals over salty, ultraprocessed foods can lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar management.
Flexitarian is a semi-vegetarian diet that includes meat, eggs, dairy, and fish.
This dietary habit is common among women who limit meat for health, animal welfare, or environmental reasons.
The MIND diet reduces Alzheimer's disease and age-related mental loss.
"Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay" It combines the Mediterranean and DASH diets, which boost brain health.
If you're ready to stop dieting, intuitive eating may be for you.
Chronic restrictive diets can cause bone loss, rebound weight gain, eating disorders, and decreased quality of life.