From Keto to Mediterranean: Which Diet is Right for You?

From Keto to Mediterranean: Navigating the World of Diets 

With a myriad of dieting options available, choosing the right one can be overwhelming. This blog dives deep into nine popular diets, discussing their benefits and drawbacks. We’ll also explore how Bonatra’s AI-powered app, Smart Ring, and our versatile recipe book can guide you in selecting and tracking the diet that best aligns with your health goals.

Mediterranean Diet

  • Detailed Summary: This diet is inspired by the eating habits of Mediterranean countries. It’s rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and healthy fats, focusing on fish and poultry over red meat.
  • Advantages: Extensively studied, it’s linked to reduced heart disease, certain cancers, and Alzheimer’s risk. It promotes brain health and can counter depression and anxiety.
  • Drawbacks: Higher costs due to a focus on fresh, quality ingredients.

Ketogenic Diet

  • Detailed Summary: A high-fat, low-carb diet that induces ketosis, where the body burns fat for fuel.
  • Advantages: Effective for weight loss and blood sugar control. It’s also linked to improved cognitive function and inflammation reduction.
  • Drawbacks: Side effects like “keto flu,” dietary restrictions, and potential long-term sustainability issues.

Paleo Diet

  • Detailed Summary: Based on the diet of ancient humans, it includes meats, fish, and plant-based foods, excluding processed items, grains, and dairy.
  • Advantages: Promotes weight loss and blood sugar control. It emphasizes nutrient-rich foods.
  • Drawbacks: Nutritional deficiencies due to exclusion of food groups and potential challenges in long-term adherence.

Gluten-Free Diet

  • Detailed Summary: Avoids gluten-containing grains like wheat, barley, and rye. Essential for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.
  • Advantages: Necessary for managing celiac disease, and can alleviate gluten intolerance symptoms. Also has numerous benefits related to gut-health
  • Drawbacks: Risk of nutritional deficiencies and higher costs for gluten-free products.


  • Detailed Summary: Targets lowering blood pressure, emphasizing fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy, while limiting sodium and saturated fats.
  • Advantages: Effectively reduces hypertension and improves heart health.
  • Drawbacks: Requires a significant dietary change, particularly in sodium intake.

Flexitarian Diet

  • Detailed Summary: A plant-focused diet with moderate meat and animal product consumption.
  • Advantages: Balances vegetarian benefits with dietary flexibility. It’s also environmentally sustainable.
  • Drawbacks: Potential challenges in ensuring sufficient protein and nutrient intake.

Whole30 Diet

  • Detailed Summary: A 30-day program eliminating grains, dairy, legumes, sugars, and alcohol to reset eating habits.
  • Advantages: Helps identify food sensitivities and promotes mindful eating.
  • Drawbacks: Restrictive nature and potential nutrient deficiencies.

Bonatra’s AI app and Smart Ring can discreetly assist throughout your dietary exploration. Our app offers personalised dietary insights with features like calorie and nutrient tracking. Moreover, the Smart Ring’s and CGM’s ability to monitor your body’s response to different diets can guide you in selecting the most suitable one.

Choosing the right diet is a personal journey that Bonatra can support with technology and tailored advice. Whether it’s through our comprehensive recipe book, the Smart Ring, or our AI-driven app, we provide the tools to help you understand and optimise the impact of your diet on your health.

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