There’s been a slight change that has made a big difference in how consumers will see eggs at the grocery store.
Tag: Healthy Eating
For a variety of reasons, how we care for our bodies, minds, and health evolves over time. While some of these changes are forgotten (thank goodness for low-fat everything and shake weights), others gain attention because there is science behind them, and we are better off for adopting them.
Here are a few wellness trends that became popular in the 2010s that experts predict will continue into the 2020s.
While many people grow enthusiastic about exercising and losing weight in the springtime in order to achieve your “summer body,” it is important to maintain a solid exercise routine yearlong, and not neglect your health, even in the fall and winter. However, the simple mistake that people make is adhering to common myths about working out, ultimately leaving them less healthy or not with the body that they have worked so hard for.
A new study aiming to find the disconnect between how healthy Americans think they eat how healthy they actually do, determined that many Americans are do not have an accurate perception of their diets. Jessica Thomson, a research epidemiologist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Stoneville, Mississippi and author of the study said, “it appears difficult for adults in the United States to accurately assess the quality of their diets.”