This seed is not only rich in omega-3 and can be added to any drink from juices, smoothies to even some breakfast cereals.

Meat Cookies
Meat cookies are actually a thing and of course, are a great source of protein. These cookies are made from grass-fed meat, nuts, seeds and berries. Odd combination but they’re filling.

Not exactly weird or new but seeds are definitely taking everywhere by storm. Brilliant for topping a bowl of porridge and you can easily find various bags of mixed seeds in your local supermarket.

Pea Protein
Soy beans and whey is out and pea protein is apparently back in. It can be found in your nearest health store. Pea based protein is not only gluten-free but also high in amino acids and iron.

Veggie Smoothies
Not as delicious as its fruit counterpart but veggie smoothies definitely ensure that you get your much needed dose of veg. To make it easier to drink, it’s ok to add some of your favourite fruits in the mix too.

Coconut Oil
A new way to sauté your veggies. Not only does it smell great and gives your food an extra kick, coconut oil is full of good fats and antioxidants. If that wasn’t enough, coconut oil has now been proven to give your immune system a much needed boost.