Food and Wellness Trends to Look out for in 2020


From idea to implementation, the practice of eating and staying healthy and fit is constantly evolving, bringing us new trends every year. As we are almost near year-end, here are a few food and wellness trends to look forward to and stay not only physically fit and healthy but also feel it inside out.

Healthy snacking 

Health and food experts believe that 2020 is going to pick up the trend of fresh, convenience food. And we don’t mean only granola bars or nuts and seeds. But rather, Dieticians and Nutritionists are bringing focus on the processing part of the food. Probiotic foods, gluten-free, and preservative-free snacking food will become more widespread than ever before.

Emphasis on mental health

The writing is finally on the wall. Although we have all been aware, now there is more emphasis on mental health. Whether it is in professional or personal life, people are trying to focus on how well they are feeling emotionally and psychologically.

More snoozing hours

Contrary to what we used to believe, sleeping is not a waste of productive hours, but rather a way to make your active hours more productive. Recent research shows that a minimum of seven hours along with a short power nap during the day can boost your brain function. So, we will see more implementation of longer sleeping hours.

At-home workouts

While ‘work from home’ has picked up pace as a major lifestyle choice, so is working out from home. Yes, gyms and Pilate groups can be exciting. However, with less time to spare for work, travel, and workout, you can now easily save on commuting minutes and use home-based fitness equipment that are easy to install and gives you the same output as a gym/Pilates/yoga studio.

Plant-based food

Consumption of speciality plant-based foods like nut milk, nut butter, seeds, etc. have grown phenomenally in this year and going forward, it is only going to increase. Additionally, faux meat, or meat-like alternatives made with plants and grains, will be the ‘trending food of the year.’

Wellness has now gone and grown beyond yoga sessions, green eating, or the latest diet that’s made popular by A-list celebrities. With more attention to the bigger picture, the upcoming year looks more promising with healthier options. If you are interested to learn more about it or want to make a career as a dietician, you can join Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics from Orane International today!

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