Wondering what the top nutrition trends of 2019 were, as well as what new food trends you should be embracing? Here are the top nutrition trends in a nutshell, plus the ones you should ignore altogether.
One of my favorite things to do at
the end of each year is reflect on the 12 months that have passed, including the goals I've personally achieved, the friends I've made, and—you guessed it—the biggest trends in the world of
nutrition. And 2019 was not a boring year in the dietary universe by any means. We saw the rise of the high-fat, low-carb keto diet, the growing prominence of intermittent fasting, and
cauliflower being turned into a low-carb version of pretty much everything.
But just because a particular eating style or ingredient is beloved by the majority and preached by our favorite celebrities doesn't mean it's actually healthy. So were there any popular diets this year that were actually worth the hype? Yes! In this week's newsletter, I'm spilling the beans (hint, hint) on the eating styles, ingredients, and good-for-you foods that are actually nutritionist-approved, as well as the ones that don't do much for you health wise. Plus, I'm giving you a snack recipe for a diet that will never go out of style. Now, sit back, relax, and enjoy your year in review! And embrace a new year, same you mindset for 2020!
The 10 Best Healthy Nutrition Trends of
Even the mention of food trends often conjure up images of unhealthy fad diets. But this year, there were plenty of popular nutrition crazes that us experts could stand behind. In this Eat This, Not That! article, my fellow RDs and I share the trends we'd love to see carry on into 2020. But since every nutritionist has her own perspective, there are a couple trends on this list, like #5 and #7, that I'm not a huge fan of. Wondering why? Shoot me a message on Instagram!