Did you know that a recent report on food trends from the Hartman Group, a market research firm in Washington state, found that people are catching on to the evidence that better health and body composition come from a simplified approach to diet and eating?
At first glance, the list of “in” and “out” food and health trends may appear more complicated, but with a closer look, it’s trendy to take a simple approach to food that takes us back to where we came from. Food trends aren’t exactly based on how our ancestors ate thousands of years ago, but they are leaning that way.
It also looks like the long-time no-nos such as salt, coffee, and saturated fat are being approached with reason and evidence-based science.
Coffee can be good for you!
Some saturated fat is essential in your diet for healthy hormone function!
Salt actually won’t give you cardiovascular disease—oh, and not all red meat will increase mortality risk! Everything within reason, of course. Red meat needs to be organic, grass-fed and as wild as possible—and saturated fat and salt need to be eaten in controlled portions, but it looks like it’s cool to eat flavorful, tasty food. Check out the list below.