What is going to be the hottest trends to look for in 2018? With the health industry growing to a staggering trillion dollar industry and the supplement industry worth an amazing £13.5 billion in the UK alone. What is happening with this ever growing industry as people live longer yet there is more resistance to antibiotics?
TOP 5 FOODS FOR 2018
Yes we all try them now but these are going to be the must try probiotic based foods of 2018:
- Granola: Probiotics are the newest ingredient in the popular breakfast food.
This already trendy korean side dish made with seasoned napa cabbage will be a debut in more products. Yes it is actually nice I have had the chance to review this before and was divine with noodles.
Gut health gets sexier with probiotic chocolate bars and chocolate-flavored edible supplements. Have to admit this will be an awesome product to try.
Innovators will ferment the much-loved natural sweetener to include probiotics. wonder what it be like?
Many everyday drinks will soon have probiotics in helping with gut health. Interesting have to admit for sure.
- TEA: with tea ranges expanding all the time to aid a healthy boost we will soon see heat-resistant strains of probiotics in them.
- Kombucha floats
The popular fermented tea gets a modern twist with this healthier take on the classic root beer confection. Never tried but could be worth trying a modern twist on a classic.
- JUICE DRINKS: yes Fruit drinks will be getting in on the probiotic trend, adding live and active cultures.
- Drinkable vinegar
Predicted to be the next kombucha, the vinegar is diluted using sparkling water or juice and typically contains billions of live and active cultures. I am bit sceptical about the taste on this myself.
- Watermelon juice
This workout recovery drink is rich in antioxidants and contains an amino acid that may reduce muscle soreness.
- Pickle juice
Look for this low-calorie fix for muscle cramps in unlikely products like ice pops and fruit punch. I am curious on this one for sure.
- Plant-based water
Birch, maple, and cactus waters deliver big flavor without loads of sugar. This will be a fab product to try especially with big flavours and low sugar in.
- Oat milk
Expect to see this sweet-tasting, dairy-free alternative to milk in new, ready-to-drink products. I personally hate this stuff but am not a huge milk tasting fan or oats in puree form.
HOT THINGS COMING IN FOR 2018:
This plant-based diet occasionally includes meat in a more relaxed approach to reaping health rewards.
Unlike juice, these veggie-packed bottled soups are packed with fiber.
The Japanese dish made of fermented soybeans is trending, thanks to its appealingly savory flavor.
You’ll see this oil, much lower in saturated fat than coconut, in an increasing number of products, including chips and mayonnaise.
Rich in fiber and made from a root vegetable native to Brazil, this flour is the new gluten-free, grain-free staple.
Tiny and crunchy, baby quinoa delivers many of the same health benefits as quinoa and a bit more protein.
This root is taking over as the “it” flavor, especially in beverages. Ginger water, juice, and infusions will flood the market.
You’ll see more breads made with naturally sweet, vitamin A-rich sweet potato and squash as the main starches.
Almond milk has been a consistently popular alternative to soy, but slightly sweeter cashew milk is gaining ground
so all in all 2018 looks to be another rise in the healthy lifestyle promotions and trying to lower UK’s growing obesity levels. Which will you be trying?