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Diet Catalogue

Monologues are always boring and tiring. A bit of participation from my friends and blog followers would definitely spice up things. Well, how about building a database of diets? If each of us contributes the name of atleast one diet that we have heard, we could keep things rolling. Your inputs could be shared in the comments section of this post. Let us not debate about the popularity of the diet, its effectiveness or its futility. But let us focus on the authenticity of its mere presence; the fact that it exists and is followed in some corner of the world is just enough to add it in our database. Let us derive satisfaction in creating our own diet database and take pride in watching it grow over the course of time.

The idea is to initially collect names of diets, sort them alphabetically and later if possible link the name with a brief account about the diet.  The database could serve as a one stop reference for all diets …it could be something like a “Diet Catalogue” or a “Dietpedia”. Hope you all enjoy taking part in building the catalogue and thanks in advance to all the contributors. My bit to the database is “John Atkins Diet”.

Diet Catalogue

  1. Alkaline Diet
  2. Balanced Diet
  3. Blood Group Diet
  4. BRAT Diet
  5. Cabbage Soup Diet
  6. Casein-free Diet
  7. Clear Fluid Diet
  8. Dairy-free Diet
  9. DASH Diet
  10. Detox Diet
  11. Dukan Diet
  12. Elimination Diet
  13. F2 Diet
  14. Fast Diet (5:2 Diet)
  15. Feingold Diet 
  16. FODMAPs Diet
  17. Formula Diet
  18. GI Diet
  19. Gluten-free Diet
  20. GM Diet
  21. Grapefruit Diet
  22. Halal Diet
  23. Hibernation Diet
  24. High Fiber Diet
  25. High Protein Diet
  26. Hormone Diet
  27. Hundred Mile Diet
  28. Hunter-Gatherer Diet
  29. Japan Diet
  30. John Atkins Diet
  31. Junk Food Diet
  32. Kempner Rice Diet
  33. Ketogenic Diet
  34. Kosher Diet
  35. Lacto Vegetarian Diet
  36. Lactose Intolerance Diet
  37. Lemon Diet/Lemonade Diet
  38. Low Carb Diet
  39. Low Potassium Diet
  40. Low Purine Diet
  41. Low Residue Diet
  42. Low Sodium Diet
  43. Macrobiotic Diet
  44. Mayo Clinic Diet
  45. Mediterranean Diet
  46. Ornish Diet
  47. Ovo Lacto Vegetarian Diet
  48. Ovo vegetarian Diet
  49. Paleo Diet
  50. Pesco Vegetarian Diet
  51. Semi-solid Diet
  52. Seventeen Day Diet
  53. Sippy Diet
  54. South Beach Diet
  55. Sugar Busters Diet
  56. TLC Diet
  57. Vegan Diet
  58. Vegetarian Diet
  59. Weight Watchers Diet
  60. Zone Diet  
 * The catalogue is under construction
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16 responses »

  1. South beach diet

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  2. tat’s a good idea to create a “dietpedia”. here’s few diets that i’ve heard of:
    cabbage soup diet
    grape fruit diet
    alkaline diet
    detox diet
    this catalogue is going to be a never-ending list.. cos everyday v come across a new type of diet with unbelievable claims.

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  3. Few of the Diet’s that i came across are:

    GI Diet
    Meditereanean Diet
    Low Carb Diet
    Low Salt Diet
    Vegeterian Diet
    Healthy Eating Diet
    Dairy Free Diet
    Weight Watchers Diet
    Gluten Free Diet
    Feingold Diet

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    • Hey, that is a long list…Thank you.

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      • This reminded me of my project and so
        Lactose Intolerant diet
        others could be …..
        Hunters diet
        blood group diet
        Elimination diet( for food allergy)
        Casien free diet ( milk allergy)
        Sugar busting diet( low on refined CHO)

  4. Thanks for your part Anusha…will add them soon.

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  5. Hello mam
    These are the types of diet which i know
    High protein diet, Formula diet, 100 mile diet,17 day diet
    Diabetic diet, Halal diet, Junk food diet,Kosher diet
    Ovo-lacto vegeterian diet, Semi solid diet, Clear liquid diet
    Balanced diet, Constipation diet, High fiber diet, Low residue diet.

    lalitha

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    • Thanks for taking the time to write Lalitha. For now, I will select from the list you have sent.

      I am in a dilemma if I should add diet prefixed with disease names for then it would be a never ending list like Pallavi said…all disease names followed by diet.

      I would appreciate if you and the others share your opinions regarding which would be better… restricting to diets with specific names, those describing a feature of the diet like “low-fiber”, “low-potassium” etc., those with terminologies requiring explanation like “kosher”, “halal” etc., or include even those preceded by disease names.

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  6. Just entered the 50th diet in the catalogue and that gives all its builders a reason to be happy…had 100 as target in mind…lets see how it goes… 50 is however a sizeable number and let me focus on giving the links now 🙂

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  7. Most diets are only effective untill boredom sets in, then most drift back to their previous eating habits, with the obvious result, an alternative weight loss program that does not envolve dieting is the answer, check out http://www.thedietfreesystem.com

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  9. I guess I don’t know the technical name for it but I’ve been trying the “Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle” diet I found on http://dietreviewcentral.com and it seems to be working well!

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  10. The cabbage soup diet is a radical weight loss diet designed around heavy consumption of a low-calorie cabbage soup over the time of seven days. It is generally considered a fad diet[citation needed], in that it is designed for short-term weight-loss and requires no long-term commitment.;

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