today.com – Diet fads, “it” ingredients and healthy sounding food trends come and go (anyone remember the gut-wrenching Olestra chips? We’d be happy to forget those forever!), but some of 2018’s top trends are ones you can actually use to make healthier eating habits that stick. Why? Because they’re as nutritious as they are delicious! Here, we’re breaking down the top better-for-you trends to watch in 2018 — and giving you tips for trying out these easy-to-use ideas at home.
Pulses are the nutrient-packed, dry, edible seeds of beans, lentils, chickpeas and peas, and they’re being used for just about everything, thanks to their versatility in recipes and their nutritional profile: They’re a plant-based source of both protein and fiber, they are full of phytonutrients and they provide key vitamins and minerals that are linked to helping reduce your risk of chronic disease (those vitamins and minerals include B-vitamins, potassium, magnesium and iron).
I know I know another food trend article but this one has some stuff I’ve never heard of…. like a “Pulse”… so enlighten yourself and your diet people… or not… either or.