As my knowledge only goes up to early 2023, I cannot provide current diet trends for 2024. However, I can give an extrapolation based on the latest trends up to 2023. Keep in mind that new trends could have emerged since then. However, these were some of the leading diet trends as of my last update, and they could still be relevant or have evolved in 2024:

1. Plant-Based Diets: There has been an ongoing shift towards plant-based eating, with many people adopting vegetarian or vegan diets for health, environmental, and ethical reasons. This trend is likely to continue as plant-based meat and dairy alternatives become increasingly sophisticated and widely available.

2. Personalized Nutrition: Advances in technology and science have allowed for more personalized diet plans that cater to individual nutritional needs, dietary preferences, and genetic backgrounds. This could involve the use of DNA testing and AI to tailor diet recommendations.

3. Sustainable Eating: As awareness of the environmental impact of food production grows, more consumers could choose diets that emphasize locally grown, seasonal, and sustainably sourced foods to reduce their carbon footprint.

4. Mindful Eating: The focus on the importance of paying attention to one’s eating habits, enjoying meals without distraction, and listening to hunger and fullness cues, is part of a broader wellness trend that may persist or grow.

5. Gut Health: The connection between gut health and overall well-being continues to be a major focus. Diets rich in prebiotics, probiotics, and fermented foods support a healthy microbiome and could remain popular.

6. Low-Carb and Keto: While the popularity of specific diets waxes and wanes, low-carb approaches like the ketogenic diet have had a devoted following and could persist or evolve into new variants.

7. Flexitarian Diet: A flexible approach to vegetarianism that allows for occasional meat and fish could continue to be popular among those looking to reduce animal product consumption without fully committing to veganism or vegetarianism.

8. Whole Foods: A continued emphasis on whole, minimally processed foods over processed and refined foods is likely, as these diets are often associated with numerous health benefits.

9. Anti-Inflammatory Diets: Diets rich in foods that help to reduce inflammation in the body, such as the Mediterranean diet, which is high in fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, fish, and healthy oils, may remain in favor.

10. Intermittent Fasting: Intermittent fasting, including methods such as 16/8 (fasting for 16 hours and eating during an 8-hour window), might still be popular for its simplicity and potential health benefits.

Please note that dietary trends should not be taken as blanket recommendations, as individuals’ nutritional requirements and health goals differ. It’s important to consult with healthcare professionals or registered dietitians for personalized dietary advice.