One of the biggest questions I get is what is the top diets?
Keto, Graperfruit, Low Carb, Mediterranean, Veganism, Atkin, Raw food only, Dash Diet, Macro Tracking, Military diet. The list could go on and on.
The premise of all diets go on the basis of creating a caloric deficit. If you are consuming less than you are burning weight loss will happen.
The thing to ask on which is the best, is it sustainable for you?
Keto can be a great way to lose weight quickly due to carbohydrate elimination, but is that way of eating sustainable to you? Some people it certainly is, some people it definitely doesn't,
So the best diet is one that makes you feel good, is sustainable and provides the direct end result you are looking for.
A simple way to find out how many calories you should be eating to lose weight is to multiply your basal metabolic rate x your activity level indication many people are around 1.3= that is your maintenance level for calories. Then decide how aggressively you want to get to your goals- that way you can figure out how much you need to be consuming.
If you have questions on a specific diet or want to know more about figuring out a sustainable way of eating shoot me a message.