The most popular diets millennials want to try in 2019
- Most New Year's resolutions fail by the second week of February because they are too vague or unrealistic.
- People often make resolutions about eating healthier or losing weight.
- Business Insider recently surveyed more than 1,000 people about their New Year's resolutions for 2019, and some respondents said they would like to try dieting.
- Take a look at the most popular diets that millennials plan on trying next year.
Making a New Year's resolution can be a great way to introduce a healthy change to your life, but nearly 80% of resolutions fail by the second week of February.
Often, New Year's resolutions are too vague and unrealistic, whether it's eating healthier food, exercising more, or losing weight.Business Insider recently surveyed 1,037 people about their New Year's resolutions. Of the survey sample's millennials - defined in this case as people between the ages of 18 and 29 - 119 said their resolution for 2019 is related to dieting or eating healthier.
Scientists say that participating in most reasonable diets can help you lose weight. However, some diets can cause serious nutrient deficiencies because they require participants to eliminate entire food groups.
These are the most popular diets among millennials making resolutions for 2019. Take a look at what the