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Trending diets and fitness regimens seem to linger at the edge of every conversation at this time of year. Resolutions made just a few weeks ago begin to fall away, and we seek a fresh batch of inspirational ideas. Continue reading to learn the trending food movements of 2015.
1. Take a Pass on Beef
Due to the amount of saturated fat and high cholesterol, nutritionists are recommending limited consumption of beef. While beef contains vitamins and minerals essential for brain and muscle function, the degraded quality of beef has left the produce lacking a nutritional function. Nutrition experts suggest that fish and seafood, eggs, nuts, poultry, and dairy are the healthiest, most high-quality proteins (followed by soy). To those who can’t resist a good steak, try to stick with a grass-fed selection and limit the frequency of indulging your cravings.
2. Generally Gluten-free
The gluten free lifestyle has been trending for a few years now, but it continues to pick up as more gluten-free options become available. Up until a few years ago, many people who were prescribed by doctors to pursue a gluten-free life struggled to find appetizing food while dining. Many who opt to go gluten-free find themselves eating high quality foods like quinoa instead of white rice.
3. Forget Low-fat
This year you’ll notice that “low-fat” diets take a nosedive as we turn towards consuming good fats. Replacing saturated fats with good fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids) reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and lead towards a healthy.
4. Upgrade Your Crunch
Whether consumed as a lunchtime sidekick or for satisfying the late night munchies, many people are trading in their oily chips for seeds and nuts. A single handful of almonds or pine nuts will satisfy your hunger quicker and leave you with more energy afterwards.
5. Reading Labels.
As more research comes forward proving the harm in unknown chemicals, many people are beginning to read labels more carefully. Questioning ingredients that are unpronounceable is the best way to ensure that you’re eating only the finest and highest quality food.