Food Trends – 10 Healthy Foods in the Market that You Need Now!

1. Ancient grains


Examples are millet, quinoa, and amaranth. Their nutrients provide heart, brain and digestive health, cancer protection, immune system boost, and energy production. They are an alternative to meat and some are gluten-free. +Info.

Find them at grain aisles.


2. Kale

KaleIt’s a dark green leafy vegetable that has more nutrients and antioxidants for less calories than almost any other food. They provide cancer protection, anti-inflammation, detoxification, and heart health.  

Find it throughout the year.


3. Coconut oil

Coconut OilThe oil of the coconut is called coconut oil. Research has found that coconut oil may increase immunity and metabolism rate, lower cholesterol, relief stress, prevent wrinkling of skin, fight Alzheimer’s disease, kidney problems, and control blood pressure.

Find them at “natural” food aisles.


4. Beets

BeetsA round or oblong root that is usually reddish-purple in color. It is rich in nutrients that help to boost stamina, improve blood flow, control blood pressure, prevent inflammation, detoxify, and prevent cancer. +Info.

Beets best season: June – October.


5. Ginger

Ginger RootIt’s a root that has many different shapes. Ginger helps with digestion relief, nausea prevention, anti-inflammation, immune system boosting, and cancer prevention.

Find it all year round.


6. Jackfruit

JackfruitJackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit. This fruit is dense in antioxidants that help prevent cancer. It is also known to help cure ulcers and indigestion.

Find it fresh at Asian stores.


7. Greek yogurt

Greek YogurtIt’s a strained yogurt which has its whey removed to give a consistency between yogurt and cheese, while preserving its sour taste. Greek yogurt is higher in protein than regular yogurt.

Find it in the dairy section of most grocery stores.


8. Kefir

KefirIt’s a fermented milk drink made with Kefir grains that are rich in probiotics for digestive health.

Buy Kefir cultures and make your own. Sweetened drinks are found at most grocery stores.


9. Seaweed

Seaweed or NoriYou’ve probably tried seaweed — also known as “nori” — on sushi rolls before. Seaweed is filled with antioxidants and an excellent source of iodine, which is usually missed from most foods. Iodine works controlling your thyroid metabolism.

Find it fresh at Korean and Japanese stores.


10. Insects

Edible Insects80% of the world population already eats bugs. Edible insects could help secure the global food supply and reduce greenhouse gases. Insects are rich in protein, fiber, good fats, and minerals.

It’s best to get live insects. You can also buy canned bugs at Asian stores. +Info.


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