Knowing change is the only constant in life, especially the life of today, we have the perfect example in trends. They go as fast as they come, but if there’s one that’s always going to be present – it’s that of being healthy.
There are many ways we can take care of our well-being, the obvious being well-balanced nutrition, combined with the adequate amount of exercise per week. Now that people are turning to old methods that include making use of the power of nature in the form of plants, it’s not surprising there is a great variety of health supplements Australia has gone crazy about.
Now that we know more of the importance of gut health, strong immune system, and detoxification, there are numerous supplements in the likes of those specific for digestive health, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, and detox, created for the purpose of cleansing the body.
Along with that they are meant to assist with improving the work of organs, skin and hair health, helping increase the levels of energy, and mental clarity; in other words, created to assist with the general well-being.
Yes, it seems most of us finally started ditching junk food in favour of healthy snacks. Have in mind though, to combine the health supplements Australia specialised shops have to offer with adequate nutrition – that’s when you can expect to reap all the benefits.
Though we’ve long considered carbs to be the enemies, there’s been a shift as of late, people realising not everything carb-related is bad, like the high quality bread for instance. So, what’s considered a carb trend nowadays is doing a sugar detox, and finding substitutes.
Being declared as a sweet poison in a great deal of research has certainly helped with the establishing of the sugar detox trend. If you feel like treating yourself to a healthy dessert, grab an acai bowl.
Some of the foods that continue to impress are eggs, and avocado, so if you feel like enriching some meal with nutrients and taste, go for it – add eggs or avocado on it! Then there are those trends that have definitely seen their end, like soy milk, and basically the rest of soy products, since it’s been proven to actually be dangerous.
Now in terms of paying visits to spas, there’s a trend that’s growing in popularity. Move over hot sauna, here comes nitrogen-cooled sauna known as cryotherapy sauna, i.e. cold therapy.
Though nothing new, since Russians have long reaped the benefits of the cold, this sort of therapy is getting popular because of the effects it provides; by staying for a minute (or up to three) in a controlled environment with low temperatures, you get improved blood circulation, reduction of inflammation, and cell regeneration.
Which healthy trend are you willing to welcome in your lifestyle?