What are the hottest diet and nutrition trends for 2017? Health nuts rejoice David Foreman-The Herbal Pharmacist, talks about the most unusual nutrition trends that are set to dominate 2017.
Less than 3 percent of Americans manage to incorporate one or two of the basics of a healthy lifestyle into their routines, more fruits and vegetables or going on walks. But a new year brings new trends, especially when it comes to nutrition, and it’s never to late to try one.
The Herbal Pharmacist says people love diet trends, and part of the American culture is being obsessed with something new, even if it’s a fad. If it’s a healthy trend, he says we should just embrace it because if gets someone motivated or excited to improve their overall health it is worth it. Keep in mind that diets in general just don’t work. People need to use the latest scientific findings coupled with common sense to drop unhealthy pounds. Eating healthy, clean and exercising everyday is what makes us all a lean mean fighting machine.
New nutrition trends include avoiding GMOs, looking at the new gluten free foods, and finding out what we should be eating and what we should not be eating? The Herbal Pharmacist, David Foreman explains which health trends you should try and which ones you should avoid including: gluten free products, veggies masquerading as carbs, algae omega-3, tiger nuts and watermelon and probiotic water.
Exploring this year’s nutrition and diet trends may be just what you need to get your health back on track. Knowing which trends to try out or avoid can save you a lot a time and money. Learning from The Herbal Pharmacist is a great way to get healthy. Join Mark Alyn on Late Night Health Radio to learn more about what’s trending in nutrition for 2017.
air date: 1/27/17