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Healthy eating trends in 2018

  1. Every year, some trends change the way we eat and how we plan our meals. The diet changes and trends never appeal to everyone, but there is usually something that people want to discover or something that they can use. It's all about variety. To keep things fresh and exciting, you need to make some changes to what you eat from time to time. Now is the right time to think about some of the food trends in 2018. By following current trends and seeing where new food discoveries are taking us, it is possible to make some predictions already.

  1. Below you will find information on all the important trends and changes you should be aware of when it comes to eating and eating out. In addition to information about the latest foods and ingredients, which get people excited, you also learn about the trends people will follow next year in healthy eating and weight loss. We will also look at which restaurants will break new ground and adopt the trends. Start reading this article now to find out more about this.

  2. Below you will find information about all the important trends and changes you should be aware of in the areas of dining and dining out. In addition to information about the latest foods and ingredients, which get people excited, you will also learn about the trends people will follow next year in healthy eating and weight loss. We will also look at which restaurants will break new ground and adopt the trends. Start reading this article now to find out more about this.

  1. Let's first take a look at which healthy eating trends are likely to dominate 2018. Because there will always be people looking for a healthier diet, there will be healthy eating trends. They remain as important as ever and we seem to want to get involved more than ever.

  2. Let's first look at which healthy eating trends are likely to dominate 2018. Because there will always be people looking for a healthier diet, there will be healthy eating trends. They remain as important as ever and we seem to want to get involved more than ever.

Low-sugar, low-carbohydrate snacks

  1. The two main culprits in our diet are sugar and carbohydrates. At least, this is the conclusion that more and more people are starting to draw. Snacks are often treacherous, mainly because 99% of the snacks you find on supermarket shelves are packed with sugar and carbohydrates. But trends are also emerging that point in the opposite direction. For example, snacks such as sweet potato and roasted vegetables will only continue to grow in popularity. They can make you feel full without the massive carb and sugar boost you get from the vast majority of snacks on the market today.

  2. The two main culprits in our diet are sugar and carbohydrates. At least, this is the conclusion that more and more people are starting to draw. Snacks are often treacherous, mainly because 99% of the snacks you find on supermarket shelves are packed with sugar and carbohydrates. But trends are also emerging that point in the opposite direction. For example, snacks like sweet potato and roasted vegetables will only continue to grow in popularity. They can make you feel full without the massive carb and sugar boost you get from the vast majority of snacks available on the market today.

Raw food

  1. More and more people choose food products that are not cooked at all. It is now even possible to find snacks in supermarkets that have been prepared without being heated. This is a trend that is not very widespread yet, but many people expect it to happen in the coming year. It's a way of eating that has to do with cleanliness, and it has as much to do with production as it does with the health benefits that come with it. But these types of foods are absolutely healthy and none of the food benefits will be lost in the cooking process because there is no cooking process at all. An excellent example of an increasingly popular raw food dish is sashimi, a Japanese dish made with fresh fish. Kefir and raw apple pie are also good examples.

More protein and food replacement drinks

  1. Protein drinks or protein drinks are especially popular among fitness enthusiasts and athletes. But they haven't really been embraced yet by people who just want to improve their health or use them as a food substitute. This will change in the coming year. A number of new healthy food companies are launching easy-to-use, high-protein and fiber-rich drinks that target people on the move. This could be a real big trend next year. Incidentally, there is a lot of debate whether this is a healthy trend or not. But that's a completely different story for now.

Meals with lots of turmeric

  1. Turmeric is a spice that is widely used in Indian cuisine, especially in certain types of curries. But it is actually much more than just an ingredient for making curry. It also helps to keep your digestive system healthy because it contains biologically active compounds. More and more people are coming up with new recipes and meal ideas that contain turmeric purely for its health benefits. This is a clear trend and we will certainly see more of it in the coming period. If you want to lead the way, make sure you take advantage of it. It is a versatile spice that has a lot to offer.

  2. Turmeric is a spice that is widely used in Indian cuisine, especially in certain types of curries. But it is actually much more than just an ingredient for making curry. Because it contains biologically active compounds, it also helps to keep your digestive system healthy. More and more people are coming up with new recipes and meal ideas that contain turmeric purely for its health benefits. This is a clear trend and we will definitely see more of it in the coming period. If you want to lead the way, make sure you take advantage of it. It is a versatile spice that has a lot to offer.

  1. Still other people are less concerned with gradually improving their diet to become healthier and more interested in losing that excess weight. And that is why there are trends again in 2018 when it comes to weight loss. There are already some interesting ideas floating around and here are the trends that will definitely be seen next year.

Dried fruit and dried snacks

  1. Dried fruits and dried snacks are starting to come back a bit. All fruits from apples to apricots can be dried. They can then be sold as skewers with dried fruits. But it's not just fruit that this trick can be applied to. There are also beef and chicken snacks that are prepared this way and sold to customers looking for a way to eat healthier snacks. They enable people to include more fruit in their diet in a simple and easy way. And the meat-based options are low in carbohydrates. That's why they can be eaten so well by those looking for weight loss.

Fermented foods

  1. Fermented foods may sound a bit strange, but this is a trend that will have a major impact in the near future. Fermented foods are known for providing an energy boost and they can improve your digestion. They are very healthy and the fact that they give you a boost of energy can certainly help anyone looking to get more exercise and get healthy that way. It's also worth considering if you want to get in better shape and consume the healthiest food possible. Miso (used for the delicious miso soup) is made from fermented soybeans and is growing in popularity. Tempeh, natto, and kimchi are also great examples of fermented foods.

Foods that promote good gut bacteria

  1. Gut bacteria are so incredibly important. There are so many foods that can help promote good gut bacteria. And when your gut is healthier, it will be easier for you to stay in shape. A well-functioning intestinal tract is essential to get the best out of the good foods you eat and keep your insides clean and healthy. Foods such as yogurt contain probiotics that can really help increase the amount of good bacteria in your gut. And there are many fruits and vegetables that can do the same.

  1. Who doesn't enjoy eating out? As the trends come and go faster, it is important to take note of what trends are about to take over the restaurant industry. There are certain food trends and types of dishes that are becoming increasingly important and influential as we move into 2018.

The â € from root to leafâ € ™ approaches

  1. As more and more restaurants recognize the waste problem, we are seeing the 'root to leaf' or 'root to leaf' approach emerging in many restaurant kitchens . This means that restaurants are trying to reduce waste and use every part of the ingredients they use. This also means that new and creative types of dishes are emerging that contain parts of ingredients that normally wouldn't end up on our plates. This is a trend that will undoubtedly continue to grow as more people learn about it in 2018. Everything can be used; for example, carrot tops are already used to make pesto.

Breakfast anytime, anywhere

  1. The breakfast ideas will be looked at much more closely next year. We are already beginning to see restaurants that make interesting use of breakfast ideas. I'm not just talking about outlets that only serve breakfast cereals, although that's an interesting development to note as well. If chefs are embracing a greater use of eggs and pork, it makes sense to continue that breakfast theme throughout the day as well. This is another thing that can be linked to people's desire to follow a low-carbohydrate diet and restaurants will cater to this more than ever.

Korean-inspired cuisine

  1. Korean food has been on the rise for a while. But you will find Korean-inspired dishes on a large scale and everywhere next year. And I don't mean just repeating the same ideas and recipes that people have already experienced. Instead, restaurants will reimagine the old classics and have a general influence on Korean-inspired cuisine.

  1. For anyone who is a fan of Asian food but hasn't eaten much Korean food yet, this is a very welcome change. It remains to be seen what kind of creative things can be done with Korean food. Seaweed and tofu soup is a recipe that many restaurants are starting to try, and the same is true of grilled squid salad, for example.

Keto diet

  1. You can think of the Ketogenic Diet as a low-carb version of an already existing low-carbohydrate diet, but this diet is so low in carbohydrates that most variations of the diet only contain about 5% calories. reach carbohydrates - so around 25 grams if about 2,000 calories are eaten. The purpose of this diet is to put the body in a state of ketosis. It is thought that the breakdown of the fat stores by the body, due to the lack of glucose from carbohydrates, can be increased. Meals consist of meat, poultry, fish, eggs, low-fat dairy products (such as butter, cheese and cream), healthy fats (such as oils, nuts, seeds and avocados), and low-carb vegetables (such as green vegetables, tomatoes, onions , pumpkin, peppers, etc.). All starchy vegetables, grains, fruits, dairy products such as milk and yogurt, natural and refined sugars and sweeteners - or anything that would increase carbohydrate consumption to over 5% of calories - should be avoided.

The Raw food diet

  1. The Raw Food Diet, where you eat only raw foods, is based on the premise that cooking food provides the nutrients, as well as the enzymes found in each food, that are necessary for digestion and disease prevention, destroys. For optimal health, all (or almost all) foods should be consumed raw or below 40 ° C. Some followers of the Raw food diet are vegans who eat only plant foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains and legumes, while others have a few animal products such as unpasteurized milk and cheese, raw fish and some raw meat. add diet. Anything that is cooked, processed, pasteurized, irradiated, or in other words, not in its "natural state" is avoided in this diet.

The Alkaline Diet

  1. Get ready to go back to high school chemistry class because the basic premise of the alkaline diet is that foods affect the body's internal pH level and replace acidic foods through more alkaline substances improves health and possibly prevents diseases such as cancer. (As a quick refresher, the pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, the more acidic a substance, the lower the pH value and the more basic a substance, the higher the value.) This diet focuses mainly on eating foods that are high in alkaline, including fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and seeds and eliminating acidic foods such as meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs, grains and alcohol.

The Dukan diet

  1. The Dukan Diet is a popular low-carb, high-protein eating plan that causes rapid weight loss and zero carbohydrates. The eating plan is divided into four phases, with the first two for weight loss and the last two for maintenance. Phase 1 lasts 2 to 5 days and you may only consume "natural pure protein nutrition", along with 1½ tablespoon of oat bran and plenty of water. In phase 2, you add some low-carb vegetables to your high-protein foods. Once the desired weight is reached, slowly add minimal amounts of fruit, starchy vegetables and cheese in stages 3 and 4. The high-protein foods you can eat include lean meat, lean pork, skinless poultry, fish, low-fat dairy products, eggs, and soy proteins such as tofu.

Whole30

  1. You can actually think of Whole30 as a month-long reset where you focus on eating only whole, unprocessed foods and removing all added sugars, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, grains, most Omit legumes and peas, soy products, dairy products and processed foods with certain additives from dishes. The Whole30 concept is based on the premise that our highly processed modern diets cause inflammation, hormone imbalance and subtle food intolerances that have a cascading effect on health, as well as appetite and food choices. By eating "clean" for 30 days, a person can then assess what foods they are really missing and identify potential effects of food on the body when they add it back. The foods that you can eat during the 30 days include all vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds (including nut milk and nut butters), eggs, fish, meat, poultry and some oils and fats.

  1. There are always certain foods and certain ingredients that come to the fore every year. So, which of those will we definitely see in 2018? The five ingredients listed below each offer something unique and exciting, which is why more people will soon be trying and using them.

Poke

  1. Poke is the name given to a certain type of raw fish salad. It is not yet widely known to most people. But interest in this salad is certainly on the rise. And by the time 2018 arrives, it may well be the most significant trend. There are many restaurant owners and food fanatics who are already raving about it and that can only mean one thing: it will be very popular soon. It's a Hawaiian dish and that's where it's best served. So, next time you're on a Hawaiian island, you should definitely check it out.

Cassava or cassava flour

  1. If you're looking for a new and healthier type of flour or flour to use in cooking and baking, consider cassava flour. It is widely used in some parts of Asia and South America. It's perfect for those who need gluten-free ingredients and it's grain-free too. Even if you don't have an allergy, this is a super healthy ingredient and one that many people will be using more in 2018. It is a source of carbohydrates and it also contains no nuts.

Seaweed

  1. Seaweed is a great food for anyone who wants to get protein without eating too much meat. It is a type of food that has been popular with vegetarians for a long time. And there's no reason other people won't start eating it too. The health characteristics are amazing and there are no negative qualities. It can be prepared in many ways; just see what the Japanese do with it. It's a hugely important food in Japan, which is a country with one of the longest life expectancies in the world, so they will really know what they are talking about.

Chaga mushrooms

  1. Chaga mushrooms will probably become the most important superfood of 2018. As more people learn about them and their vital traits, they are starting to receive more attention than before. The greatest benefit of these mushrooms is their immune system support properties. They are also very good at fighting irritations that arise in your digestive system. They soothe you and help you maintain a good digestive balance, which can be very important. Plus, they are quite versatile and can be used in many different ways. Maybe it's time you try them out too.

Insects

  1. Insects may not seem like the most enjoyable food to put on the menu, but there really are some real benefits to eating them. They are high in protein and consuming them does not negatively affect the planet we live on. Contrary to the way cattle, pig and chicken farms operate, the processing of insects is not harmful to the environment. Insects are also naturally abundant. Some people have been talking about eating insects for a while, but it hasn't really caught on with the general public yet. Proponents of eating insects think everything could change that in 2018. Let's see if they are right.

  1. Now that you know all about the big and minor nutritional trends likely to come into effect in 2018, you might be able to stay ahead of the crowd, right? Nothing will stop you from using the ingredients and meal ideas discussed above.

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