Attaining weight loss in a short time regardless of its outcomes has always been the focus of many obese and overweight people. The prevalence of obesity is rising and according to the latest statistics of the world health organization, 13% of adults worldwide are obese and 39% are overweight. Obesity increases the chances of metabolic diseases, cancer, and cataract. Weight loss in obese patients, in addition to improving clinical conditions, will improve the recognition and quality of life. In order to lose weight, various programs, such as diet, physical activity, drug therapy, and surgery have been suggested. Given the possible side-effects of drug therapy and surgery, dietary interventions for weight loss have always been the first priority for people. In a classification of diets based on calorie restrictions and speed of weight loss, diets are divided into fast weight loss, moderate weight loss, and slow weight loss. Although many studies…