Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Diet plans for Aussies in 2024

Millions of Australians are focusing on their health in 2024, according to new research by Australian comparison site Finder.

A Finder survey of 1056 respondents revealed 27% of Australians – equivalent to 5.5 million people – will try a new diet this year.

Australians are most eager to try intermittent fasting (15%), along with the keto (10%), pescetarian (9%), and vegetarian diets (9%).

This is followed by going vegan (8%), gluten-free (8%), or trying a low FODMAP diet (8%).

A further 7% will strip their cupboards of processed foods and attempt a paleo diet.

The research found one in four respondents (24%) – equivalent to 4.9 million people – already follow a food regime of some kind.

Finder Editor-at-large Angus Kidman says Aussies are putting their health first in 2024.

“The new year is a great opportunity to improve your diet and pursue a healthier lifestyle,” he says.

Mr Kidman, however, urges Aussies to focus on building healthy habits rather than quick fixes.

“Be wary of fad diets that promise quick and easy weight loss in a short amount of time,” he says. “At the end of the day, your diet choice needs to resonate with you.

“It’s incredibly hard to stay motivated if your food goals don’t align with your values.”

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