Hottest Diet Trends For 2016
Feb 23, 2016 04:20 AM EST | By Swarnam John
We are still in the early months of 2016, but these diet trends are sure to take the world by storm, especially the American landscape. A healthy diet should be your goal. Adding some color by the way of new trends will be more fun and versatile.
This embraces a holistic view of nature. Food is grown, harvested and even consumed in accordance with lunar cycles. Food synergy is the basis of the biodynamic diet.
The foods are free of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers and grown on entirely self-sustaining farms. It is also called as the happiness diet because the food synergies that exist between unprocessed and whole foods is good for the brain.
The grass feeding improves the quality of the meat. The cows are allowed to roam freely, enjoy the sunshine and eat naturally occurring vegetation.
This makes the beef rich in omega 3 fats, beta-carotene, and vitamin E. If you want to make a better choice of beef then look for AGA or FA certification. They follow the stringent method of certification.
The grass fed cows have twice the amount of beta-carotene and their cholesterol level is lower. Conjugated linoleic acid content is higher in grass fed cows.
This nutrient increases immunity improves bone mass and reduces inflammation. Grass fed cows provide broad-based nutrient support.
This involves cultivating awareness as a way of life. The mindfulness diet establishes a healthy relationship to eating, body weight, body image, and exercise.
Mindfulness diet mixes psychology with latest nutritional research to help break the yo-yo dieting patterns.
Basically, it makes you aware of what you are eating and strives to build a positive body image to boost confidence levels.
Hawaiian Poke salad
Moving on from generalized diet patterns these specific foods can make your day. Hawaiian Poke salad is a raw fish salad. It is used as an appetizer and borrows heavily from Japanese and other Asian cuisines.
The seasonings include soy sauce, sesame oil, and green onions. As Americans start to favor fresh and healthy salads. This is sure to make its way into their hearts.
They are nutritionally dense because seaweeds have access to all the nutrients in the ocean. They are packed with fiber, antioxidants, good fats and iodine.
Seaweeds are the new darling of the health world because they are high in calcium, they purify blood and protects against a wide range of environmental toxins.
Some of the seaweeds you can enjoy are Nori, Kelp, Dulse, Arame, Wakame and Kombu. So enjoy your snack time with bacon flavored seaweed strips, which is the hottest trend right now.
This Philippian cuisine is now hot in the US. Ube is a purple yam. The Pilipinos flavor and color their sweet treats with Ube. You can relish Donuts, cheesecakes and ice creams flavored with Ube. This trend is likely to see a meteoric rise in the American landscape.