Main trends in diet and nutrition for 2022

WILMINGTON, NC, November 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – What will be the main diet trend of 2022? Based on comments and communication with our customer base in Clean Eatz’s kitchen, here are some thoughts on what is happening in the world of food and where we see the future of some of these styles of eating.

1. The Keto diet is fading – We continue to see a decrease in interest in the keto diet. He ketogenesis diet, which focuses on high fat, carbohydrate and protein content, putting your body in a state of “ketosis” at its peak around 2019. It remained stable until 2020, but began to fade. se during 2021. The science on which the keto diet is based is a bit rocky and sticking to a strict keto diet is generally not fun from a consumption standpoint.

2. It is high in protein and low in carbohydrates – A modification of the keto diet we are seeing catching steam is the light keto, lazy keto, or HPLC type diet. Essentially, adherents say, “We know carbs aren’t good, but eliminating them altogether sucks.” Carbohydrates taste good. They are fun to eat. They fill you. They are plentiful and cheap. So we see people gravitating toward what we believe is a healthy, sustainable, long-term diet: foods with a higher protein and fat count that still include small portions of carbohydrates.

3. Vegetarian / vegan has good significance – While vegetarianism, veganism and meat alternatives have been very newsworthy lately with the OPI of Beyond Meat and large chains like McDonalds, Dunkin, i Starbucks while introducing alternatives to meat, the general interest in vegetarianism has not grown as much. The size of the market has not expanded, new companies have just stepped in to cater to a loose market. When the usual choices are Boca or Black Bean burgers, the introduction of Beyond and Impossible is sure to make a big splash in a small market. It is worth noting that the “Flexitarian Diet”, one that encourages vegetarianism but allows you to eat meat is gaining followers.

4. Food kits – Food kit companies have stabilized. After the booming presentations of Blue apron i Hello Fresh in 2016, the market was full of competitors and the novelty disappeared. Welcome COVID restrictions. If you are asked / required to stay at home, a food kit can be a welcome activity to prepare a gourmet meal at home. Even with all the competition, it looks like the industry has found its niche. It’s not as big as initially anticipated, but repeated customer trends have stabilized. In addition, new entrants have focused on smaller niches: Famolenc root, purple carrot – to serve more specific customers.

5. Alternatives to milk – The intolerance we didn’t know we had. About 70% of the world’s population has some degree of lactose malabsorption. In simple terms: Dairy products don’t sit well on many of our stomachs. Introduce almond milk, oat milk, hemp milk, cashew milk, and more. Essentially, squeezing foods that contain fat and fiber and mixing them with water creates a gastronomically similar product to cow’s milk. While they are more expensive and possibly worse for the environment, alternatives to milk have come to stay.

6. Juice is not sustainable – After years of growth, the juice market is starting to decline. In the late 2010s juice chains increased as they do now Pressed, Juice generation, i Net juice and delivery companies such as Daily harvest. But all these companies have diversified into smoothies, bowls, and so on. The problem with juices is that they are not sustainable: it is an expensive and calorie-deficient bumpy diet. So while juice cleansing was in vogue for a while, most fans woke up with the idea that they were paying $ 12 per 100 calories of pressed vegetables.

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