Which trend diet is right for your own body? Should you give up carbohydrates, eat a stone-age diet, go Mediterranean – or go vegan right away?? What about interval fasting and is breakfast now actually healthy or not?
Who wants to nourish itself healthy, fails not rarely at the multiplicity of contradictory recommendations. "Many trend diets also work with renunciation and often you take too few calories per day," says Kathrin Burger, a certified ecotrophologist. "That’s why you usually keep it up for a limited time only." (Read also: Lose weight healthily: These are the 5 most popular diets at a glance)
Eating healthier on an individual basis
Kathrin Burger is the author of the book "Besser essen nebenbei" (Eating better on the side), which was published by Stiftung Warentest. "While many people would like to eat healthier," she says. "However, they lack the time to deal with nutrition and prepare elaborate recipes."