10 Super healthy health trends that everyone is obsessing over.
Per tablespoon, chia delivers 2 grams of protein, 4 grams’ fiber and 1.75 grams ALA. Chia delivers as much protein as some nuts. The seeds absorb liquid easily, so they work great when you mix with oats and pancakes. Chia is easy on sensitive stomachs because it doesn’t have tough fiber like flax and other seeds.
Spinach and kale smoothies have been a hardcore trend this year. I believe vegetable smoothies have become an all-time thing is because of how we’ve renewed juicing.
This is comparable in texture and nutrition to Greek yogurt. Delivering as much protein but not as many calories.
This nutrient-packed sea vegetables have been turning up everywhere from school lunches to gourmet restaurants. This is a good source of potassium and iron, and boasts loads of iodine. You can eat it in dried strips or crumble it over soups and salads.
Rooibos is a red colored herbal tea made from leaves of a rooibos bush. Drinking this tea daily for a matter of six weeks helps people with the possibility of heart disease, prevent it.
Coconut is a healthy way to add coconut flavor to baked goods. This packs 5 grams of fiber per 2 tablespoons, and is gluten-free. It has health benefits for people with diabetes. Adding this to baked goods lowers the glycemic index.
Even though hemp is illegal to grow in the U.S. the consumption of these seeds has become increasingly popular. Hemp seeds are similar in taste to, sunflower seeds. Hemp can be eaten raw, toasted, sprinkled on yogurt or salads or ground into seed butter. Per tablespoon, hemp seeds boast 16 percent of your daily value for phosphorus and magnesium.
This dairy beverage is packed with beneficial probiotics that may help give your immune system a little extra edge. Kefir is the perfect choice for adding to smoothies in place of yogurt. If you want extra flavor add fresh fruit for natural sweetness.
Plant based milks have been increasingly popular. Almond milk is naturally high in calcium, and has fewer calories than cow’s milk.
This is very good for vegetarians because its high in both iron and zinc. It is also rich in calcium and magnesium, and is also gluten-free. When cooked, amaranth has a very thick porridge like texture. It’s great in soup, stews, and puddings.