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Top 10 healthy food trends in 2022

The year 2022 is coming up and we can't wait! The Covid-19 pandemic changed almost every aspect of our lives, including the way that we eat. And as if things weren’t bad enough already...now there are even MORE restrictions on what you're allowed to buy at grocery stores - never mind restaurants or cafes for snacks again (unless they have an “unhealthy option"). But don't worry: I've got some tips about how this will affect your eating habits without compromising taste

Water lily seeds

The water lily is a plant that has been around for centuries in India and was introduced to the Americas. The seeds are light, fluffy with an almost cheese curl-like texture made from protein rich nutrients which can be enjoyed by itself or coupled with spices like sweet flavors or savory ingredients; they offer dietary benefit of essential amino acids without any taste on their own so as well it makes them waistline friendly because each serving contains only 100 calories!

Omnivore eating

The debate over plant-based versus animal based diets has been going on for ages. Some people believe that you should eat only one kind of food, while others feel like it is impossible to get all the nutrients from just vegetables and fruits alone - there needs to be some meat in order for your body chemistry work properly! We are not saying which side our bias lies with either; however as omnivores we can handle both plant proteins (which provide us more vitamins) AND animal sources without any problem whatsoever. Plus variety supports optimal health so why would anyone want their meals limited?

Flexitarian eating is the new trend that’s taking over food culture, but you should know how it works first. Incorporating both animal and plant-based foods into your diet can be achieved in different ways - so there's no need for a one size fits all approach when incorporating this model of healthy living! A related concept has recently entered these discussions: Reducetarianism or the intentional shift towards vegetarianism with still including meat on occasion (or even regularly).

Mushrooms

Mushrooms are the new meat! Mushrooms have a meaty-like texture and taste, making them an excellent swap for red meats like beef. Topped with flavor enhancements such as umami—which we all know to be savory--mushroom dishes can easily fill any appetite or craving you may have without sacrificing anything nutritious about your diet; unlike traditional alternatives that often contain tons of processed ingredients designed only for short term enjoyment (thinkfastfood).

Southeast Asian Flavours

The food from Asia is famous for its flavors and aromas, which are often enhanced by the use of spices. Many basic ingredients include Jasmine rice or garlic to name just two examples; these can be steamed together as well during cooking time depending on what type you prefer! There's also ginger root discoverable in many dishes--not only does it give them that warming feel but adds depth too thanks so much spice content found within each ingredient itself

Southeast Asian flavors are all about the complex combinations of ingredients. Think citrus and basil, or lime with cilantro; more unusual but still available signature dishes such as tamarind for its sour note that can be found in most supermarkets today. This type of cooking requires only a few new additions to freshen up any day’s meal plan!

Immunity-Boosting Ingredients

Your immune system is the foundation of good health, and there are several ways to strengthen it. One way is by going grocery shopping at your local supermarket! While food supports a healthy immune system as part of an overall lifestyle - any positive impact on this area comes from long-term eating patterns rather than short term supplements or quick fix meals that can only support but not replace real foods with valuable nutrients like whole grains, beans/legumes etc.. The following list includes some top "life saving" options:

  • Goji Berries (fresh, frozen or dried)
  • Fermented foods (yogurt, kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut)
  • Spices (ginger, turmeric, cinnamon)
  • Nuts and seeds (almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds)

Alcohol-free cocktails

With people cutting back or eliminating alcohol altogether, these creative alternatives create a more than comfortable option for those looking to enjoy cocktails without the calories. Whether you're in an restaurant with friends who want one after their meal; at home as part of date night on Netflix (or even just watching TV); bars across America that are now offering plastic mugs filled up by themselves drinks-we've got your next favorite thing here!

Simplified food preparation

It's a good time to be in the kitchen. With food prices on an upswing and supply chain issues impacting supermarkets across America, cooking at home will become more streamlined with simplified recipes that use basic ingredients found locally - easily prepared fresh foods are expected have optimal nutrient content while also shining when it comes visual appeal (think mac n' cheese or chicken pot pie). This trend may lead us back towards healthier versions of comfort foods too!