These will be the biggest healthy food trends in 2022, according to a dietitian

With many of us still working from home over the past year, we looked to TikTok to spice up our food lives, trying everything from baked feta pasta to four-quadrant tortilla wraps. As the world opens back up, we’ll no longer be as reliant on what we can whip up in our home kitchens. What will this mean for healthy food trends in the coming year? Let’s read the tea leaves.

1. Sober curiosity goes all in

This trend has been growing for a few years and has seen a resurgence thanks to the super boozy pandemic, which drove

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The One Drink to Sip On to Boost Your Immunity, Says Dietitian

Whether you find yourself frequently taken down by colds and other viruses or are simply eager to give your body a fighting chance at fending off germs when you return to the office and other indoor activities this winter, there are plenty of reasons you might want to improve your immune health. While eating a healthy and balanced diet, getting plenty of sleep, exercising regularly, and taking certain supplements can help bolster your immune response, those aren’t the only ways to improve your immune health in a hurry. In fact, according to registered dietitian Sophie Lauver, MS, RD, LDN, NBC-HWC

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Starbucks Fall Drink Menu Nutrition Hacks, According to a Dietitian

Other than enjoying stunning fall foliage and participating in fun activities like corn mazes and pumpkin picking, few things ring in autumn quite like the debut of Starbucks’ seasonal fall drinks menu. In fact, it’s one of the most anticipated events of the season (pumpkin spice latte, anyone?).

While treating yourself to one of the coffee giant’s signature beverages every now and then shouldn’t affect your overall health goals, there are better-for-you ways to enjoy Starbucks fall drinks. In fact, there are even health benefits to a cup of coffee, says Keri Gans, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N., author of

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