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1 day ago · These trends are very easy to adapt to, and can create a noticeable improvement in the quality of life for those that practice them. Let’s take a look at the top six wellness trends of 2020. 1. Taking Care of Your Circadian Health.

There have been many trends over the years when it comes to sleep health. In 2020, wellness will be seen as something accessible to everyone. fitness and biohacking, here are the wellness trends that will dominate 2020. giving users 24/7 access to health. The Top Health & Wellness Trends for 2020 CBD skincare reaches new heights. It’s no surprise that CBD maintains center stage as a 2020 health trend. As a refresher, CBD does not contain any THC (the psychoactive property found in marijuana).

However, CBD is widely recognized for its soothing properties, which is why you’ve seen it pop up in. [ September 10, 2020 ] Royale Health Wellness and Beauty Products Beauty [ September 10, 2020 ] Vitamins, Supplements and Heart Disease Supplements [ September 10, 2020 ] Top Workout Trends and 2020 Predictions Exercise [ September 10, 2020 ] 2020 Food and Restaurants Trends that will Define how you Eat Diets. Top Health and Fitness Trends For 2020 Experts Reveal the Hottest Fitness Trends for the New Decade.

Kaitlyn McInnis. December 16, 2019. Share Tweet Flip. 0. Shares. As a wellness coach or spiritual entrepreneur, it’s important to keep health and wellness trends for 2020 in mind so you can have a head start.

The first health and wellness trends that come to mind for most health coaches are typically yoga, the latest fad diet, or green juice. You wouldn’t be wrong, but you would only be scratching the. Top 5 Health Trends of 2020 (So Far) In a year where so much news and events have been placed around prioritizing our health, many of us have taken second looks at our health practices. The international lockdown has forced us to adapt to new ways of working out and caring for ourselves, both mentally and physically. These Will Be the Biggest Health Trends of 2020 In 2020, we will start to see a big increase in the number of people working out using virtual training programs in their homes.

Indoor cycling. Well+Good’s editors gazed into their crystal balls to name the fitness and wellness trends everyone will be buzzing about in 2020. Highlighted throughout the September 2020 health trends are mobile-friendly fitness programs, gamified tooth brushing apps, streamlined wellness kits, and so much more.

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  • Great video, it certainly made me think. I personally don’t think Big Pharma will change their business model too soon despite all these innovations because the latter is regulated by FDA/EMA. Even today, such regulatory institutions are very stiff regarding the type of data they want in order to approve new drugs and that data needs huge investments, hence mammoth companies.

  • Excellent video. I rather eat a whole plants foods based diet so whole celery is more healthy than the juice and I don’t follow health trends because it makes consumer’s indecisive.

  • Great video. As my wife says about intuitive eating, “Now we’re paying people to tell us we can eat how we always knew we could eat?” For me it was intermittent fastingthat I heard, not that I did.

  • Fist things first! Why is there a add promoting chicken before your video! Insult to all the plant loving people out there!
    My FAV trend this year was coconut water. I started drinking this delicious nectar from the gods only for my local supermarket to increase the price by 25%? I’ve now moved to ginger beer!
    Lastly. Drugs are bad MKAY! Don’t do drugs!

  • Hello sir, I am a doctor by Profession and i have been trying to reach you ever since i saw this channel.
    Not able to reach your site

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  • Seeing people buy 20+ stalks of celery each week has me �� especially because those same people are usually buying animal products ��

  • @bertalan this is my favourite video so far. Really intriguing look forward to what we can expect in the coming year.

    Have you heard about the UK digital health strategy that is linked with the NHS Long term plan?

    AI is a common news story in UK with Babylon creating and marketing their AI platform with some positive and several negative outcomes. Regulation is key and something lacking, but a worldwide FDA like organisation would be invaluable.

  • I’m so excited to watch this because I want to try the celery juice “trend”…
    I wanna see what you think about the celery juice lol
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  • Very optimistic, knowing the ultimate goal of the pharma mafia: making profit on people’s health and treating sick people as customers instead of patients. And, also, I liked the intro when you said that pharma companies don’t share info between themselves, so that dealing with 2 of them is like dealing with 2 different worlds. That’s SICK and again, a product of the sicko neoliberal capitalism, and that’s the FIRST to be cured…peacefully of violently, in a big REVOLUTION!

  • What will a career in pharma industry look like in 10 years? I have a daughter considering to study pharma. this tech disruption is worrying.

  • Miss Emmie, Can you please list the article that explains the correlation between candy as a child and jail? I would like to send it to my ex-husbeast because when he gets the boys (every other weekend), he pretty much loads them up with snacks and candy and fast food.

  • The only thing I’m worried about are the body sensors. Since your whole molecular build-up will be known, you will immediately know if you have an incurable disease or a great chance of developing a disease. This is without the insurance companies demanding this fingerprint of your body to apply for an insurance, and getting rejected by not being a genetically healthy person. Other than that I really enjoyed the video, very interesting!

  • Agreed! As a professional yoga instructor, I try to make meditation more practical and accessible to people. You also are spot on about intuitive eating! Happy New Year! ��

  • as a consumer I hate bots and computer menus, not cor me…I will not use them…healthcare has become about money, data turned into money, and treating symptoms rather than holistically preventing disease….just like social media is not really social…

  • Here is what I don’t quite get: if science supports the theory of evolution then why are humans the only species employing a wide array of unnatural means to keep sick and dying people alive and functioning? Does this help or weaken us as a species? I’m now of the impression that most people with common sense would resort to pharmaceuticals as a last resort to treating illness.

  • emmie i love you. So much good information. Its so true about intutive eating!!!! Its never been intended to eat highy proccessed food and practice intutive eating.It just doesnt make sense!!!! We are very intutive beings but with our natural whole foods we were meant to have. Emmie you speak what I’ve always felt!!!! Can you be my mentor? I don’t need to lose weight quiet the opposite but i resignate with you so much! Can we touch base?Could use a nutrition mentor with similar view points.: )

  • I hope to some extend the AI will replace doctors at least in diseases that are the most easy to recognize and treat access to doctors is too limited.

  • I can tell ya that the more information thay is out may improve the outcomes for patient. However, the industry may face a downward spiral due to automated robots in the preparation or dispensing of drugs. They may use some pharmacist to counsel patient about medication but that ia become automated as well.

  • Lol I know someone who spent 14 years in jail & swears he didn’t eat a lot of sugar as a child ����‍♀️����‍♀️��
    Haha! Had to share!
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  • Thank you for this informative video, I have created an infographic detailing the role that stability data can play in combatting supply chain threats https://issuu.com/jeffreynevil/docs/what_is_stability_data

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,
    Jeff

  • Great Channel:D I think the 3D Printing of medicine might allow the return of more compounding areas for in-house production within the healthcare facilities again.