With the holidays just around the corner, we cannot but start thinking about what 2020 will bring to us. According to internet sources, human health and overall wellbeing will be in the focus.
As it’s assumed, there will be a lot of innovation is the way we eat, the way we prepare the food, the food we will consume, and the nutritional supplements we use. Namely, there will be a lot of focus on using supplements for gut health, plant-based products, packed healthy foods, and others. So, let’s check out how we are going to maintain healthy nutrition in 2020.
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Prebiotics are supplements that support the growth of healthy bacteria (probiotics). While they were mostly in the shadow until now, in 2020, they will be in the focus. Therefore, we will use them to improve our gut health instead of taking probiotics, as we normally do.
New Plant-based Products
If veganism was seen as something unusual and a diet that is hard to follow, in 2020, it will become much easier.
It’s because it’s assumed that there will be new plant-based products, not just from soy, that will make healthy eating easier.
For instance, there will be products based on grains, seeds (including hempseed, avocado, pumpkin, and watermelon), and mung beans. They will replace conventional dairy products.
Speaking of dairy products, it is believed that coconut-based yogurt will be one of the biggest non-dairy trends the next year.
Also, there will be plant-based kinds of butter and spreads. According to what is found online, instead of using conventional, dairy-based butter and spreads, there will be a seed- and nut-based alternatives.
Different Kind of Dairy Products
While some people look for dairy-free products due to being lactose intolerant or vegan, others enjoy them. In fact, there are many people who are lactose intolerant but don’t want to give up dairies.
That’s why some companies tried to make the impossible. They have created dairy products that are lactose-free. There are also dairy drinks that are rich in proteins and caffeine, as well as organic cottage cheese.
Vegetables in the Focus
2020 will be the year when vegetables will take over the nutrition world. It’s believed that they will start to be used in many other ways we didn’t expect. For instance, they will be used to make meatballs, … Read the rest