2019 will come in another day. There’s countless health trends come in 2018 and some of us also doing the trends. So how about 2019? Let’s read some of the biggest health trends that could come in 2019
1) Ghee in coffee
What is Ghee ? Ghee is comprised of pure butter fat, which is rich in vitamins A, D and K. omega-3 and omega-6. It is derived from butter that has its water content, proteins and sugars cooked out.
Ghee rich in butyric acid which supports the health and healing of cells in the small and large intestines. It could help you lose weight as it could trick your body thingking you are essentially fasting-although ghee in coffee means about 300-800 calories.
For those coffee lover, you need to add one or two teaspoons of ghee depending on the amount of coffeee you want to drink.
Reference :-FullMoong Hee
2) Meditation at your fingertips
Nowaday technology has become trends. It also including health trends. Meditation also coming whether on your phone or at your workplace. As it is more accessible that ever many people could do meditation at all over place.
Using live streaming technology, many people could do meditation by their own without having a class.
Apple also develop their own apps for meditation. Headspace, Insigh Timer, Calm and Shine as an example for free apps.
Reference : Wtop
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All of us think infused water is fruits and vegetable but it could add next year. In 2019, there’s another addition trends. Cactus water for instance could become huge next year as it’s generally lower in calories and sugar than traditional coconut water.
It also provides lots of betalain antioxidants for promoting skin revitalization.
4) Intermittent Fasting
Intermittent fasting has becoma a popular technique for those want to lose weight and reduced inflammation. In 2019, it could grow as more people become more awara of its benefits.
There’s even more developments on the ways in which this protocol can be adapted in 2019.
Reference :- Organic Authority
5) Corrective Exercise Will Enter the Mainstream
Corrective Exercise has become popular and it could grow in 2019 especially among endurance athletes. It is kind of a catch-all term for various exercise and therapeutic practices that athletes do outside the context of structured workouts to remove functional limitations such as range-of-motion restrictions.
These include foam rolling, stretching, mobility movements and strength exercises for forgotten body parts such as the feet.