Dried seaweed and algae as snacks. Low in calories, low in carbs, heaps of vitamins and minerals. And don't forget about iodine, which is going to make its big comeback this year. Since no one is eating iodized table salt and everyone has gone Kosher salt, goiter is going to rear its ugly head and the only thing that's going to save us is kelp chips.
Kale is still hot. Kale chips with truffle salt. Kale, chopped fine, makes a divine intervention into otherwise plain white rice. Kale juice is the next logical step because it takes so much masticating to consume it.
Almond butter is coming back. I just re-upped at the health food store with the "grind-your-own" machine. Peanuts kill. Almonds are one of the more civilized nuts. Throw a tablespoon in your kale smoothie - not kidding.
Chia remains on its warpath. Like a platoon of Incan warriors marching up the coast, chia continues to work its way into the parlance of the water cooler. This superfood is not only beginning to dethrone Flaxseed as the big Omega 3 champ, but it is dipping its mitts into baked goods too as a fat substitute.
Hempseed is seeing another renaissance. Not since Bill Clinton didn't inhale have I seen as many hemp products on the shelves of Main Street. It is also high in Omega 3, protein, fiber, and tastes great. Tastes like the '60's as I'm told.