When it comes to diet, there are many different kinds of diets and nutrition.
Many of them are very easy to follow, but some are more difficult to master, and that can lead to health problems.
But a new study by researchers at the University of Southern California has identified the most popular diet on the planet as one that is very different from the diet most of us consume everyday.
Researchers analyzed the diets of more than 15,000 people from across the globe and found that the average person is eating more calories than they need to maintain their current weight and weight gain.
The average person eats roughly 20% of their calories from fat, which is almost 50% of the calories that humans need to thrive.
This means the average American is eating less than the recommended amount of fat and saturated fat.
This diet was the second most popular on the list, behind only Paleo.
But there was also a significant difference in the foods they ate.
For example, in contrast to the typical Western diet, which involves a lot of grains and legumes, the Paleo diet was mostly low in animal products, with about half the calories coming from fat and the other half from protein and carbohydrates.
The study was published in the journal Obesity, and was conducted in cooperation with the University at Buffalo.
The researchers, led by senior author Dr. Joseph A. Schlosser, also included the authors of a 2014 paper that showed a link between eating more refined carbohydrates and a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The authors of the new study, published in this month’s issue of the journal PLOS ONE, say that the Paleo-centric diet is also associated with increased risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetics.
They suggest that if you’re a Paleo dieter, it may be worth following a Paleo-specific diet that is more nutritious, high in fruits and vegetables and low in refined carbs.
“Our results indicate that if we want to keep our health, we should eat more plant-based foods and more plant proteins,” Schlossers said in a press release.
“Paleo-style diets are associated with higher risk of metabolic syndrome, which we now know to be a significant risk factor for diabetes and heart disease.”