Intermittent fasting is the top diet trending on Google this year

Empty plate and glass of water, white background. Medical fasting concept.

Last week, Google released its top trending diets for 2019. What’s on top this year?

Intermittent fasting! It’s no surprise that intermittent fasting is trending on Google and becoming more popular. Evidence of its efficacy continued to emerge this year, as we covered in September, and just last week,

For more on how to add intermittent fasting to your routine, visit our beginner’s guide to intermittent fasting.

Here’s the top 10 trending searches:

  1. Intermittent fasting diet
  2. Dr. Sebi diet
  3. Noom diet
  4. 1,200 calorie diet
  5. Golo diet
  6. Dubrow diet
  7. Sirtfood diet
  8. No carbs, no sugar diet
  9. Endomorph diet
  10. Jlo diet


Several diets that focus on reduced carbs are on the list, including the aptly named “No sugar, no carbs” diet, the endomorph diet, and the J. Lo diet (publicized by power couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez).

It’s no surprise to see a plant-based diet trending: the Dr. Sebi diet. If you’re interested in heading in that direction, why not check out one of our guides that help you stay low carb: How to eat low-carb as a vegan and How to follow a healthy vegetarian keto diet.

In addition, there are a couple of traditional calorie restricted diets, too, like the 1,200 calorie diet and Noom.

But rest assured that keto is still — by far — the most searched diet on Google in 2019. That’s right. Although searches haven’t increase from last year (that’s how Google defines trending), if you consider what is searched most, you will see that keto wins easily! Take a look:

Are you wondering if low-carb or keto eating might help you lose weight and improve your health? Then check out our guide, Is a low-carb or keto diet right for you?


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