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What Google Says Were The Hottest Diets Of 2018


Since the world turns to Google for nine out of every ten internet searches, they know a bit about what's trending. According to Business Insider, Google released its "Year in Search" trends for 2018 on Wednesday. Americans were keen on trendy diets, most of which fell into one of two camps. The most popular diet was the high-fat, low-carb regimen known as the Keto diet. Other diets that made the list, however, involved calorie restriction--mainly through fasting. Another hit was Dr. Gundry's diet plan, which blames certain foods for obesity, using questionable science.

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