Stone Ground Ancient GrainsHighly nutritious and fibrous, grains like millet, sorghum and quinoa are on the rise. Adding these to your diet will also deliver health benefits such as reduced cholesterol and a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes. From stone baked bread to salads, it’s a healthy replacement to rice and wheat.
Nut Butters and Healthy SpreadsConsidering diets like keto and low-carb, nut butters and spreads are gaining popularity. To make it even more interesting, the rise of unique flavours of butters and spreads makes eating healthy quite convenient. Add fruity and seed based spreads to your pantry if you haven't already.
Plant-Based EverythingShifting to an all-plant, gluten-free or vegan diet has never been easier! There are plant based replacements for most meat, gluten or dairy products. From zucchini chips, gluten-free lasagna to vegan cheese, there’s something for everyone.
Fermented FoodsGut health is always important, especially if you're looking to boost your immunity. As a result, fermented food is gaining a lot of popularity. Items like yoghurt, kombucha and kimchi are being made and consumed at home and will see more popularity as the year progresses.
Carb SubstitutesReplacing carbs with lower calorie flours or vegetables are quite a trend now. From almond flour bread to cauliflower crust pizza, you can now enjoy your favourite foods, guilt-free!
Smart HydrationJust ditching coffee and soft drinks from your hydration cycle is not enough any more - take it one step further by infusing your water with fruits and vegetables, or maybe even spices. Specially designed bottles to facilitate this are readily available now.
Banana FlourThe perfect replacement for gluten-free diets, banana flour is soon going to be everywhere. This nutritious replacement for wheat is creating a buzz. In addition to that, fruit and vegetable based flours are gaining a lot of popularity overall.
Vegan CheeseVegan cheese made from interesting ingredients like pumpkin seeds, nuts and more are quite popular right now and will definitely find a permanent spot in your fridge soon.
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