Some of the hottest new food trends involve foods that aren't just delicious, but good for you, too! Read on to learn about the latest in healthy eating:
Chia seeds are 20% protein and full of antioxidents. The sprouts make great additions to salads and sandwiches. Ground chia seeds are a wonderful addition to baked goods, and are a wonderful supplement to your smoothie, too.
The use of coconut water has seen a much deserved surge in popularity in the past few years, and it's easy to see why. It has an incredible amount of potassium and is high in minerals, all while being low in sodium, calories, and carbs. Drink it a sports drink substitute, and stay hydrated the healthy way.
Locally Grown Food
Fresh food that's been farmed close to home will have more nutrients than that which has had to travel long distances first. As this trend has gained in popularity, local farmers markets have increased in number, making these tasty local items easier to find.
Flexitarianism is a dietary lifestyle in which you embrace mostly vegetarian eating habits, but allow yourself meat from time to time. Rather than the hard to maintain choice of eliminating meat from your diet entirely, flexitarianism embraces a sense of balance that allows for a bit of everything.
Similar to brown sugar in flavor, this rich flavored product has become an alternative to agave syrup as a delicious, natural sweetener. With a low melt temperature and high burn temperature, it's great for cooking.