Dieting is an indispensable basis for human survival and a habit that often accompanies us throughout our lives. A proper diet not only helps us maintain a healthy and shapely body, but also keeps us away from illness. This test analyzes and includes the top-rated and most popular dietary styles. By matching your daily habits and mental demands, we will offer the most suitable diet for you as the result.
If you want to adjust your eating habits for whatever the reason, but struggle to find the right method, or if you hope to find a suitable dietary style to maintain long-term health, this diet plan test will make your wish come true. Come and take the test!
Friendly reminder: This test is not intended as a medical reference. Please visit a dietetic clinic or other nutrition services for professional advice if necessary.
Please choose your age group:
18 and below
18 to 25
25 to 40
40 to 65
65 to 80
80 and above
What is your main reason for going on a diet?
To lose some weight.
To keep healthy and fit.
To prevent or treat obesity-related diseases such as diabetes and hypertension.
Do you wish the process to be_________?
As short and effective as possible
Steady, slow but healthy enough
Which of the following diets do you prefer?
Three or more meals per day, with less food per meal.
OMAD (One Meal A Day), but I could eat whatever I want.
Which of the following statements describes your needs better?
I need a professional and detailed diet plan for me to implement.
Only provide me with ideas or dietary advice. I am free to choose the daily food within the guidelines.
Which of the following foods do you wish to eat LEAST (imagine you have to eat it more than fives times a week)?
Any kind of fruit
Any kind of vegetable
Any kind of grain
I could eat anything more than 5 times a week
If you have to stop eating one of the foods below, which one do you want to KEEP most?
I could stop eating all of them at once
Once you have made up your mind to do something, will you insist on completing it, regardless of any interference?
Do you care more about your health than satisfying your desires or the judgement of others?
Knowing that eating certain foods is unhealthy, you still can't control your cravings, can you?
Yes, but I want to change now.
Yes, and I don't want to change this.
No, I have good control of myself.
What is the most PAINFUL part of a diet for you?
If I have to eat simple, repetitive foods.
There's too much temptation around to disrupt the plan.
If you've got to choose one of the following dishes for DINNER, what would you choose?
Sugar Free Overnight Oatmeal
Plain Rye Bread
The 2-Day Diet001102 days of dieting and normal eating 5 days of the weekImplementation Difficulty★★★☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★★☆☆Sustainability★★★★☆The 5:2 diet is very straightforward. For five days per week, you eat as usual and don’t think about restricting calories. Then, on the other two days, you reduce your calorie intake to a quarter of your daily needs. This is about 500 calories per day for women, and 600 for men.You can choose whichever two days of the week you prefer, as long as there is at least one non-fasting day in between them. One common way of planning the week is to fast on Mondays and Thursdays, with two or three small meals, then eat normally for the rest of the week. It’s important to emphasize that eating “normally” does not mean you can eat anything. If you binge on junk food, then you probably won’t lose any weight, in fact you may even gain weight.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/1.png
16:8 Intermittent Fasting00111Eating within the time limitImplementation Difficulty★★☆☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★★☆☆Sustainability★★★☆☆16:8 intermittent fasting is a form of time-restricted fasting. It involves consuming foods during an 8-hour window and avoiding food, or fasting, for the remaining 16 hours each day. Some experts advise finishing food consumption in the early evening, as metabolism slows down after this time. However, this is not feasible for everyone.Within this timeframe, people can eat their meals and snacks at convenient times. Eating regularly is important to prevent blood sugar peaks and dips and to avoid excessive hunger. The 16:8 diet plan permits the consumption of calorie-free drinks — such as water and unsweetened tea and coffee — during the 16-hour fasting window. It is important to consume fluids regularly to avoid dehydration.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/2.png
Mind Diet21001A hybrid of DASH diet & Mediterranean dietImplementation Difficulty★★☆☆☆Weight Loss SpeedN/ASustainability★★★★☆The Mind Diet is short for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay. The MIND Diet also differs from the two diets it takes inspiration from due to the focus on boosting cognitive function. It doesn’t emphasize consuming fish or fruit as much as the others do, with the exception of urging people to eat berries. Also, it includes wine (which isn’t on the DASH diet but is on the Mediterranean diet) because a moderate intake is linked to brain health.It has 15 dietary components, including 10 “brain-healthy food groups” — green leafy vegetables, other vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, poultry, olive oil, wine, five unhealthy groups that comprise red meats, butter and stick margarine, cheese, pastries and sweets, and fried or fast food.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/3.png
Volumetrics Diet01010High water content & Low-density dietImplementation Difficulty★★★☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★★☆☆Sustainability★★★☆☆The Volumetrics diet centers around a fairly simple idea: filling up on foods that are naturally low in calories and high in fiber or water—think fruits, veggies, and soups.The Volumetric diet breaks food down into four categories. Foods with high water content, including non-starchy vegetables, fruits, and broth-based soups are highly recommended. Meanwhile, you’ll limit your intake of fried foods, baked goods like cake and cookies, alcohol, and candy.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/4.png
Dash Diet01000A balanced and healthy dietImplementation Difficulty★★☆☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★☆☆☆Sustainability★★★★☆Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) is an eating plan to lower or control high blood pressure. The DASH diet emphasizes foods that are lower in sodium as well as foods that are rich in potassium, magnesium and calcium — nutrients that help lower blood pressure.The DASH diet features menus with plenty of vegetables, fruits and low-fat dairy products, as well as whole grains, fish, poultry and nuts. It offers limited portions of red meats, sweets and sugary beverages.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/5.png
Mediterranean Diet01101Simple, light and nutritiousImplementation Difficulty★★★☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★☆☆☆Sustainability★★★★☆The Mediterranean diet is based on the traditional foods that people used to eat in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, including France, Spain, Greece, and Italy. Interest in the diet began in the 1950s when it was noted that heart disease was not as common in Mediterranean countries as it was in the U.S. Since then, numerous studies have confirmed that the Mediterranean diet helps prevent heart disease and stroke.Plant-based foods, such as whole grains, vegetables, legumes, fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices, are the foundation of the diet. Olive oil is the main source of added fat. Fish, seafood, dairy and poultry are included in moderation. Red meat and sweets are eaten only occasionally.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/6.png
The Flexitarian Diet01011Flexible and balanced, selective vegetarian dietImplementation Difficulty★★★☆☆Weight Loss Speed★★★☆☆Sustainability★★★★☆If you’re looking for a healthy diet that doesn’t involve counting calories, has no super strict rules, and allows you to enjoy meat from time to time – look no further than the flexitarian diet. In its simplest definition, the flexitarian diet is a combination of the words “flexible” and “vegetarian.” It’s a cross between full vegan and vegetarian with the ability to enjoy animal products every so often.So you’re still focusing on fruits, veggies, whole grains, legumes and nuts, but you occasionally still enjoy meat. You start with 6–8 meatless meals of 21 total meals each week for starters. Decreasing the intake of meat gradually into 15+ meatless meals of 21 total meals each week in the end.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/7.png
TLC Diet11000Great for lowering cholesterolImplementation Difficulty★★☆☆☆Weight Loss Speed★☆☆☆☆Sustainability★★★☆☆The TLC (Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes) diet was created by the National Institute of Health’s National Cholesterol Education Program with the goal of cutting cholesterol as part of a heart-healthy eating regimen.You can start the TLC diet by choosing your target calorie level. If your only concern is lowering LDL, the bad cholesterol, the goal is 2,500 calories per day for men and 1,800 for women. Need to shed pounds, too? Shoot for 1,600 (men) or 1,200 (women). Then cut saturated fat to less than 7% of daily calories, which means eating less high-fat dairy, like butter, and ditching fatty meats like salami. And consume no more than 200 milligrams of dietary cholesterol a day – the amount in about 2 ounces of cheese. If after six weeks your LDL cholesterol hasn't dropped by about 8 to 10%, add in 2 grams of plant stanols or sterols and 10 to 25 grams of soluble fiber each day.//www.arealme.com/diet-quiz/show/9.png