During COVID, 30% of Americans made dietary changes they said they’d keep post-pandemic, according to FMI data.

Those changes tend to be of the “practical and sustainable” variety, said FMI’s Krystal Register, who said that some health and wellness trends fared better than others during COVID.

Among the trends that declined were:

  • Keto
  • Low-carb

Diets that fared better include:

  • Mediterranean
  • Whole foods
  • Digestive health