Why Healthy Eating Trends Are Hitting The Mainstream
The organic food market is fast growing today, and more organic food items are widely available, as compared to what it was ten or fifteen years ago. The range of organic food choices are also increasing, because now it’s easy to find items like organic ketchup, organically-grown wheat and rice, and fertilizer or pesticide-free fruits and other food items. The organic food market is expected to grow tenfold in the coming years, and is definitely here to stay.
Years back, the path to vegetarianism was a lonely and arduous once. Today however, the market for vegetarian foods is fast becoming more prevalent, and the choices have also tripled, or even quadrupled. Most restaurants have vegetarian options, and there’s even a thing called haute vegetarian cuisine. Going vegetarian is being viewed by many as a great way for reducing your carbon footprint, as well as for maintaining a healthy and vibrant lifestyle. And since many frown on the harmful effects of meat production on our land and water resources, becoming a vegetarian is seen as a positive contribution towards the wise use of our planet’s resources.
Raw Food Diets
The raw food sector is also growing b y leaps and bounds today. More food options and recipes are being developed and marketed, and raw food is no more viewed as a bland and flavorless choice. More kitchen gadgets and raw food serving options are available a swell, and raw food culinary experts are also fast becoming popular, and are forging a blazing path towards food creativity.
More food companies and retailers have also jumped on the bandwagon of healthy eating. These companies see promoting healthy foods as a profitable venture, and this could drastically alter the way we eat, and what we eat as well. More manufacturing firms and food service establishments are beginning to understand that a rising number of individuals are more concerned about being obese, or are worried about getting diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney failure, stroke and others.
More people too are putting extra premium on being fit and trim, and are slowly shying away from junk foods and high-fat fast food fare.
By Anders Eriksson
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