Health and Wellness Update: What Will Trend in 2017?

By Collie Lane, Parent Herald November 30, 01:57 pm
What to eat in 2017?
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More and more people are now getting into the path of a much healthier lifestyle. Because of the demand, different trends to reach their health and fitness goals were offered during the past years. As 2017 is about to approach, wellness and fitness experts have shared new ideas and information that health-conscious people will surely be excited to know about.

There are certain things that wellness and fitness experts have observed about people nowadays. One of those is how most of the time they would only allot a small portion of their time training inside the gym. Because of their personal issues, Mark Goodman, founder of Cardio High, said in an interview with Huffingtonpost that high-intensity interval training or HIIT could trend in the next few months.

HIIT is an effective workout that can be done even for just a few minutes a day. It is the kind of training that can offer more overall benefits to a person even without investing a lot of time. "There is an increasing volume of scientific evidence that shows if you could go all out for one minute a day, that would equal 45 minutes of light jogging regarding health benefits," Goodman added.

Another fresh idea is that matcha could be the hottest good item by 2017. Matcha is a Japanese green tea that is full of antioxidants that could help boost metabolism. It is best for people who are in the process of quitting coffee. It still has caffeine but way lesser with healthier benefits in between.

Also, in 2017, people will start to look for more ways to be healthy without depriving their cravings anymore. That is why experts can foresee restaurants that offer such mouth-watering, yet healthy foods will be in demand. Some of these restaurants are found in New York City, and they are Ancolie, Blake Lane, Miss Paradis, and Eatsa, as posted by Amny. By embracing this way of dieting will not just result into a healthier physique but also a happier heart.

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