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Plant-based alternatives health-craze is here to stay
Iona College political science professor Jeanne Zaino and Rosecliff Ventures founder Mike Murphy discuss how people, especially millennials, are heavily invested in plant-based alternatives.
Spending money on foods for fuel can be worth the splurge.
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Superfoods like E3Live blue-green algae, which is said to stabilize hormones with dozens of vitamins and minerals, skin hydrating collagen, Manuka honey and more can cost a lot but potentially pay off health-wise in the long run.
Foods marketed as superfoods are rich in nutrients and are typically plant-based and boast a number of health benefits. And Americans are willing to invest in food products that have added health benefits. Last year, young adults opted for foods and drinks with healthy nutritional profiles for 19 percent of their meals and in-between snacks, according to market research firm NPD Group.