2018 was the year of keto, cauliflower and apple cider vinegar. What will 2019 bring? I asked my registered dietitian nutritionist colleagues to weigh in on what will be hot – and whether those trends are worth following. Here’s what they said:
1. The Keto Diet
“The popularity of the keto diet continues to rise and will do so. In 2018, we saw the introduction of keto foods and products in order to help people snack and eat ‘the keto way.’ We will continue to see a rise in keto-friendly products. Because keto is not easy for most people to adhere to, we will also be seeing a modified keto in 2019. In other words, you can eat keto-like without being as strict.”
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