We’ve seen different diets, food trends and plenty of nutrition fads ebb and flow over the last few decades, but what can you expect to see saturating your feeds in 2022?

According to the latest What’s Trending in Nutrition survey released by Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian, a study that looked at the responses of 1,173 registered dietitian nutritionists actively working in the field of nutrition, the new year brings with it many similarities in nutrition trends that we’ve seen emerge throughout the past decade.

While it’s without question the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted food and nutrition trends in the last two years, registered dietitian nutritionists agree the trends that have emerged from this moment in history are likely here to stay, such as online shopping and the desire for more immune-enhancing foods. One thing is for certain: All registered dietitian nutritionists want you to embrace the personalized nutrition plan that works for you, while adding in an extra fruit and vegetable or two! 

Here’s a closer look at five major trends to look out for, according to this survey.