A research published in Nutrition in 2020 found that there is no one optimum diet for weight loss or belly fat reduction
In fact, a 2021 review published in the Journal of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome found that weight management methods, including nutrition, should be individualized rather than using a "one-size-fits-all" approach
Burning more calories than you take in is a fundamental principle of weight reduction, according to the research.
The best diet is the one you can stick to since it incorporates items you like and is appropriate for your way of life as a whole.
There is a broad variety of healthy diets that may help you lose weight while still providing essential nutrients. Finding the right one for you is the most important thing.
Also, it may be helpful to keep note of what you eat in a diary or food log after you've settled on a diet or eating plan that works for you.
Participants who self-monitored their weight loss success, including recording meals at least three to five times a week,
had a greater chance of seeing positive weight reduction progress at six months than those who didn't track their progress, according to a research published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.