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What Are The Health Trends for 2019?

Would you like to make steps toward healthier life? Would you like to be full of energy, feeling mentally alert and be happy? There are some health trends for this year that are carried over from last year that you definitely would like to follow to be on the right path. The first thing to note is to implement an Active Wellness Lifestyle. What is it? You may ask. Well, doing something every day, no matter what towards you feeling well. Create a routine you do daily. That’s, of course, nothing new. And it’s a question of self – discipline. Here’s what’s coming up for 2019 and what products I’ve personally used and recommend.

1. Adaptogenic Herbs

In 2019 medicinal mushrooms and herbs are finding their way into everyday food and drinks. Adaptogenic herbs you can now find in coffee bars and tea shops.Adaptogens are found in Kenzen® Cleanse & Detox, Kenzen® Clarity (available in the US, ask me for details), Kenzen Lactoferrin™ 2.0 and Kenzen® Immunity (available in the US, ask me for details), which is formulated with 14 different species of mushrooms!

2. Gadgets

Do you love gadgets? Great! More are popping up to help you recover from strenuous activities. According to CEO Martin Tobias of Upgrade Labs, “Modern recovery technologies use stronger signals like vibration, infrared light, targeted compression, intense cold, intense heat, powerful detoxification, and advanced nutrition to speed recovery and development.”2

Virtually every Nikken nutritional supplement targets not only health maintenance but helps your body recover from daily stresses. In addition, the KenkoTouch®, the MagCreator, CM Complex Cream (ask me how to get this one) and the KenkoGround™ – (ask me how to get it) specifically help you overcome muscle fatigue.

3. Plant-Based Food

Last year, sales of plant-based meat grew to 23% and is forecast to continue expanding in 2019. Plant-based dairy was 13% of all milk sales in 2018 and are also expected to grow in 2019.

Plant–based fish and seafood, which reported sales increase of 72% from 2017 to 2018, is predicted to really expand in a big way. 5 New companies are entering the market as it heats up. Managing Partner T.K. Pillan of PowerPlant Ventures says, “If awareness of the negative impacts of ocean fishing and contaminants spread quickly, plant-based fish could follow the plant-based meat market in its recent accelerated growth.” Adds Eric Schnell, co-founder of Good Catch, a company that focuses on plant-based fish for vegans and those with fish allergies, “There are 300 marine animals that are fished around the world for consumption and only 30 land animals, so the opportunity to disrupt the marine category is 10 times bigger than chicken, beef and pork.”4

A prime example of using renewable plant sources rather than depleting marine supplies is Kenzen® Omega Green + DHA with omegas 3, 6 and 9 derived from flaxseed oil, red algae and cranberry seed oil (please ask me for details how to get one).

4. Sleep Matters

Is sleep important to you? As awareness of the importance of sleep for overall health grows, people are tracking their sleep patterns to find ways to improve the quality of their resting hours. According to virtually every sleep expert, it’s important to maintain a consistent sleep-wake schedule. That translates to waking up and going to bed at the same time, as much as possible, and not deviating too much on weekends or days off from work. My number one recommendation is the Kenko Sleep System (Single and King size also available) can help poor sleepers achieve their best rest! For more advice on sleep, please book a free consultation.

5. Look After Your Gut Health

Digestive health is set to become a significant trend in 2019. The Kroger Company in Cincinnati put out information stating that “medical studies show that a healthy gut is the foundation of overall wellness, and more than ever before, consumers are seeking foods that support self-care and healthy immune systems.” 5

Kenzen Lactoferrin™ 2.0 and Kenzen® Digestion Complex 4-20 support optimal digestion*, nutrient absorption*, the proliferation of good gut bacteria* and overall health. (Look out for a webinar coming out shortly).

6. Healthy fast food

As we continue to live in a world where instant gratification is so desired, fast food is not going away. The good news is that there is a growing trend toward healthy eating in the form of meal replacement shakes, salads to go and nutrient-dense take-out food. According to Mintel, a market research firm that forecasts data for thousands of consumer goods markets worldwide, “On-the-go consumers are shopping for grab and go breakfasts, quick snacks and dinner time solutions. Consumers are expecting high-quality food and beverage options that fit into their fast-paced, time-crunched lifestyles without having to sacrifice health goals or flavor.”6

Look no further than Kenzen Vital Balance® Meal Replacement Mix, which can be a meal or a snack, depending on your needs. It’s convenient and versatile, suitable for vegans and contains MCTs for your brain! It is an instant meal that supports the GI tract with an enzyme blend combined with probiotics.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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  • Jhoei

    September 19, 09 2019 09:43:59

    Cool! It’s the late 2019 now and I think I will find this still helpful in 2020. Thanks for sharing this.

    • Lucie

      April 24, 04 2020 11:53:20

      Thanks for your comment. I’m grateful to hear that you found it useful. You’re welcome to share this post with others in this challenging times:)

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