Health Trends in 2019
10 July 2019
Staying healthy is no longer just a case of eating well and occasionally going to the gym. In the 21st century, there are endless ways to stay healthy, whether you want to lose weight, tone up, or even bulk up. Set yourself a target, and take a look at some of these health trends that are going to be big in 2019. That way, you can see what's right for your needs, and also try something new.
Staying healthy is no longer just a case of eating well and occasionally going to the gym. In the 21st century, there are endless ways to stay healthy, whether you want to lose weight, tone up, or even bulk up. Set yourself a target, and take a look at some of these health trends that are going to be big in 2016. That way, you can see what's right for your needs, and also try something new.
Not simply a green tea, matcha powder is rich in antioxidants and has a delicious savoury flavour. Its been big on health food sites for a while, with matcha lattes appearing all over sites like Instagram, but in 2016 you'll start to see it go mainstream and show up as a popular cooking ingredient.
A holiday used to mean sprawling on the beach and hitting the buffet, but nowadays more and more people are using their annual leave to hit their fitness goals. Why not try a health boot camp for your next holiday? The change in scenery can help you refocus on your goals, and these types of holiday often include support from personal trainers and nutritionists.
Low carb diets are nothing new, and cutting out starchy foods can really help you shed the pounds. However, if you miss having pasta and noodles on the side of your plate, then a spiralizer lets you make long spaghetti shapes out of your favourite vegetables. There are all sorts of models available, from basic handheld to electric versions, and you can make spirals out of:
- Sweet potatoes
- Butternut squash
Vitamin delivery services
Basic packs of multivitamins no longer cut it for today's health conscious crowd. There has been a rise in the number of companies offering tailored vitamin plans, and you can even subscribe and have all your supplements delivered to your door. This means you never have to miss a dose, and can get supplements that really work for you.
We all know how good leafy greens are for your body, and seaweed has many minerals and vitamins, as well as being rich in healing iodine. Wrap it around your sushi, stir fry it, or blend it into your daily smoothie for a major vitamin boost.
Everyone is unique, and therefore different types of diet and exercise will work for them. DNA testing claims to analyse your genetic make up, and to help you discover the best kind of diet, and how your body responds when you work out. Many professional athletes swear by DNA testing, with online kits available that only require a simple swab. You send your sample back, and get a full report which will help you make decisions about your health.
Getting variety in your diet and workout routine is a great way to stick with a plan. Luckily, there are always new trends coming out, and they can help you stay on a healthy track and reach your goals.