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4 Healthy Food Trends You'll Be Seeing Everywhere in 2019 - Cooking Light

Non-Dairy Milks
Consumers continue to move away from dairy—whether they need to or not. And plenty of companies are stepping up to meet those interests and needs. Along those lines, the hottest non-dairy milk seems to be oat milk. It’s not new, per se, but new products have recently launched and are slated to launch.

Plant-Based Everything
Veggies—and fruits—are just sneaking their way into products (think: beet tortillas and cauliflower-infused mac and cheese), and they’re also the base to snack foods and treats.

Omega-3 Overload
Study after study shows that most Americans don’t eat enough omega-3 fats. Heck, I had my levels tested, and I—a dietitian who knows about this stuff—was quite low. Yet there seems to be a shift happening and either consumers are becoming more aware about omega-3s, or companies are encouraging consumer awareness. Regardless of whether it’s the chicken or the egg, we eat very little seafood, which is the best food source of omega-3s.

CBD-Infused Foods
The momentum behind CBD is picking up steam. And while certainly it’s no cure-all, “there is some interesting data emerging that hemp-derived CBD—which is different than marijuana in that it doesn’t have the psychoactive attributes—may help with PTSD, anxiety, and helping you get a better night’s sleep,” says Chris Mohr, PhD, RD, of

The most common CBD-infused products seem to be hard candies, gummies, chocolates, and soda—none of which are considerably healthy. But often locally you can find CBD-infused coffee that is both delicious (and far healthier) than a sugar-filled treat.


These Super Healthy Foods Must Be Included In Your 2019 Diet Plan

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Eating some healthy foods daily does not mean you have to go out of the box. Some easily available foods are also extremely nutritious and can do wonders for your health. Have a look at the diet plan of 2019! By: DoctorNDTV Updated: Jan 2, 2019

2. Oatmeal:
Oatmeal is an excellent source of soluble fiber. Oatmeal if eaten in the morning breakfast can do wonders for your health. Rich in fiber they help in curbing hunger pangs and control blood sugar levels. You can have oatmeal with skimmed milk or yogurt to make it even more nutritious.

Also read: These Simple And Effective Exercises Can Help Melt Belly Fat Within No Time! Do Include Them In Your 2019 Workout Regime!

3. Lentils:
Loaded with proteins lentils are again inexpensive and versatile. Along with proteins they are also contain dietary fiber and folate.


4. Fruits:
Nothing can beat the nutrient composition of fresh fruits. Most fruits are naturally low in fat, sodium and calories. Also, no fruit has cholesterol.

5. Vegetables:
We all have heard time and again that vegetables offer numerous health benefits. Vegetables are likely to have a reduced risk of chronic diseases. Loaded with vital nutrients, powerful antioxidants and fiber vegetables should be included in your daily diet. 




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