Upcoming Health and Wellness Trends of 2019, Coming at Ya!

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As 2019 was quickly sprung upon us, we are all open ears to new and upcoming health and wellness trends to help with a new year of resolutions and healthy well-being.

Just a few to start with are the debates surrounding CBD products, the new dairy substitute, and cauliflower might just be THE vegetable of the year.

CBD (A.K.A Cannabidiol) oils are gaining popularity among many different groups of people. As the oil is paving the way for a boom of new products, all with anti-inflammatory factors. Hemp is now being poised as a very healthful product with many options. As the majority of the population becomes less skeptical towards using the Hemp plant to heal. Reducing the pains of inflammation and migraines, along with being an anxiety reducer for many.

Another huge trend is the introduction of Oat milk. Have you heard of this new dairy alternative? No? The process of turning oats into creamy goodness has irked many for years, finally using a process similar to the making of almond milk, they made it happen. You soon will as 2019 inches on, for sure hear about new milk and maybe get a taste yourself. Coffee addicts here is the answer to all your creamer related predicaments. The creaminess makes it a great substitute while being vegan and tummy friendly for the lactose intolerant population.

Cauliflower, making another comeback? WHAT? The madness of the cauliflower trends are striking us once again, but who is really complaining. A couple of years back we were stuck with the tasteful epidemic of cauliflower pizza crusts and even riced versions of the vegetable, but now this year were taking it to a whole new level of delectable with cauliflower made chips and cracker. These new treats are being produced by the Cauli-Puffs company hoping to bring a new spin on a vegetable aisle favorite.

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