U.S. News & World Report recently took an in depth look into the similarities, differences and risks of these two popular diets. Their findings?
The keto diet may work better for people looking primarily for quick weight loss, whereas the Mediterranean diet may be a better choice for those interested in a balanced eating plan to maintain a healthy weight over time.
Also of note, they found no risks associated with the Mediterranean Diet while Keto can pose risks for heart health. People with liver or kidney conditions or diabetes should avoid the Keto diet as well.
Read the full breakdown U.S. News & World Report