Curious about the top nutrition trends of the year? Well, here are the new food trends you should definitely know about for healthy eating, weight loss, and beyond!
Throughout the last decade, we saw the rising popularity of nutrient-packed avocados (on literally
everything), the increasing discussion of tough-to-follow diets like keto and intermittent fasting, and more and more plant-based alternatives to meat products. It was a whirlwind few years
in the world of food and nutrition. But as it turns out, innovation in the world of food was only getting started.
This year, you can expect to see grocery stores and restaurants stock up on countless nutritious foods that will blow up your Instagram feed just as much as avocado toast. How do I know? I asked my fellow RDNs to look into their crystal balls and predict the healthy food trends that will make it big this year. And lucky for you, I'm giving you the inside scoop in this week's newsletter. Reading up on all these hot and new good-for-you eats will definitely work up your appetite, so I've also included a quick and easy salad recipe to fuel you up. Let's dive in!
The Top 10 Healthy New Food Trends to Expect in
Is your head about to explode from all the supposedly healthy food trends you're seeing all over social media? If you're having a hard time separating bogus from awesome, you're not alone. I can't tell you how many confused clients, friends, and family I've had knock on my virtual door this month asking for help in clearing up the confusion!
My dietitian colleagues and I spend just as much time sharing science-based information as we do debunking nutrition myths and calling out unhealthy diet trends. We do it so you don't have to. Now, let's look a little deeper at some of the major trends splashing across the headlines. Here's to your health!
If you thought oat milk was the biggest innovation you were going to see for awhile, think again. In my Everyday Health article, nutrition experts reveal the snacks, drinks, and ultra-convenient foods that are going to become staples on grocery store shelves in 2020. Can you guess which of these fad foods is my favorite? (Hint: It'll be super helpful on busy weeknights.)