So you've just learnt how to pick the perfect avocado (soft but not mushy) and your acai bowls are always Instagram worthy.

But there's a new flock of healthy ingredients and superfoods that are ready and waiting to be explored.

So it's time to put the kale chips down and benefit from the nutritional properties of these foods from across the world.

From offal - animal organs to you and I - to cricket flour and black bean pasta, here are the hottest health trends tipped for great things.

Golden lattes

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A drink made with tumeric, coconut oil, ginger, black pepper, cinnamon, honey and almond milk. The decaffeinated drink is set to be a 'hot' trend this year due to the anti-inflammatory properties of tumeric. Not to mention the vibrant gold colour.

Red Algae

Known as ‘bacon flavoured seaweed’, red algae is healthy and tasty. It is rich in protein, fibre and vitamins and it promotes good circulation in the body. It also helps regulate your blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol.

Organ meats

The internal organs of animals, also known as offal, is a great source of vitamins, amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids. Offal such as beef and pork hearts, liver, brain, kidney and other organs are also packed full of iron and essential antioxidants.

Jackfruit

Hailed from Asia, this giant tropical fruit is often used to replace meat because it has a similar texture. If you are considering cutting back your meat intake, or are a vegetarian or vegan this is a great alternative. It has a subtle sweet taste and absorbs the flavours of whatever it is cooked with.

Insects

In a bid to find foods that are packed with protein, insects are set to be big a thing. But we're not suggesting you go into your garden and start foraging for creepy crawlies - it's a little more refined than that. Cricket flour - which is made of ground-up crickets - is used in replacement of regular flour. You can make cakes, pancakes and even brownies with it. Just 100g of crickets contain 214% more protein than 100g of chicken breast meat.

Maqui berries

The Maqui berry is an intensely purple fruit that grows in southern Chile, until recently it was virtually unknown in the Western world and it was pretty hard to get your hands on them. But now the berry is available as a powder form which can be used in smoothies and juices. The berries have ridiculous amounts of antioxidants and are also high in vitamin C.

Black Bean Pasta

2016 was the year of spiralizing courgettes and now we have gluten free black bean spaghetti. The good news is it comes in a packet so there's no fussy kitchen utensils you need to buy. It is made using 92% black beans and 8% water. You can buy it from Holland & Barret as well as Amazon. Eat it with sauces and pesto in replacement of rice or pasta.