Top Popular Nutrition Trends of 2016
Every year new nutrition trends may appear and another that were popular only for some time go away. While such trends like gluten-free food stay with us for a long time, there are short-term nutrition trends as fat-free cookies or vitamin waters.
Now in the beginning of 2016, is time to look whether something new is coming up, what will stay with us and what we should expect. For collecting hot nutrition trends, Medigoo.com followed famous nutritional experts, new research, and findings.
Nutrition Trends for 2016
No Sugar Diets
After numerous of studies about high-sugar food that has shown how it contributes to the development of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, overweight, a popularity of no-sugar diet has increased incredibly fast. The World Health Organization (WHO) officially advised lower daily sugar intake and this nutrition trend will obviously come to our 2016 year.
Rachel Beller, MS, RDN, CEO of Beller Nutritional Institute assures that souping in 2016 will replace juicing. While saying souping she doesn't mean the bone broth diets or just stick to soups daily, but including souping meals even in desserts.
While exclusive juice diets are billed as 'cleanses' or 'detoxes,' the one ingredient with the most 'detoxing' power - fiber - is trashed after the juice is squeezed out.
The huge focus on improving digestion and gut health in 2015 continue to make us choosing with gut-friendly products such as kefir, sauerkraut, and very popular dietitian decision - bone broth. Nutrition-based British chefs Helmsley and Helmsley included bone broth as a base in many of the recipes in their book "The Art of Eating Well."
Oldways Whole Grain Council, a nonprofit nutrition education organization based in Boston conducted a study that promotes the sprouted buckwheat as a food which decreases blood pressure and helps to protect against fatty liver and sprouted brown rice can help reduce blood glucose levels and improve immune function in breastfeeding mothers.
There is a misunderstanding that plant-based diet makes you feel vegetarian. It promotes moderated meat consumption especially red and processed one. This diet is guided by back-to-basics approach which limits heavy meat dishes or switches it to organic green veggies.
Of course, the food with high in fat doesn't have positive effects if to consume them in big quantity. But people who are obsessed with non-fat or fat-free products are totally wrong in their choices. Because a lot of additives are making this food more dangerous for your body. In 2016 look for naturally full-fat products.
Probably, such nutrition trends never stay less important, but now all nutritionists accent the mindfulness during eating instead of calorie counting, dieting, and food-weighting. It means tuning in what you are eating, enjoying your food and feeling the every piece and not snacking during communication, watching TV or playing computer games. Be aware of what you eat and enjoy your food!
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