Seven top new health trends to try in 2019 - Telegraph.co.uk

FFrom smart mirrors to part-time veganism and recycled training clothing, Anna Magee reveals the health trends to watch out in 2019

1) The keto-vegan

In 2018 the ketogenic diet increased enormously in popularity, with regimes such as Whole30 and the Keto Reset diet, in which all carbohydrates, grains and sugar were avoided in favor of vegetables, animal fat and meat. There is no doubt that it helped with weight loss and the Australian filmmaker Pete Evans even controversially claimed in his 2018 documentary The Magic Pill that it could cure cancer.

The problem is that the fetish of the keto diet is ethically questionable and a nightmare for the planet because the livestock industry generates as many greenhouse gases as possible as all transport combined. Like a…

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