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Think back to the last time you spent a lot of money on something. Chances are, you thought that new TV, or that expensive dinner, or those front-row tickets would make you happy.And they may have. For a while.But to your surprise, the pleasure was short-lived. If it weren’t for the pictures you posted on Instagram, you’d barely remember it at all. – Jonathan Goodman
You’ve probably experienced it — the feeling after a meal when you’re pleasantly full but also mentally satisfied. You’re not thinking about food any longer, since what you consumed appealed to your taste buds and you took the time to slow down and thoroughly enjoy your meal. It’s distinct from just feeling full and perhaps still wondering if there is something else that would help you feel satisfied.
Not all wellness trends are created equal. Many are worth ignoring completely even if they won’t hurt you (remember oil pulling?), while others can lead to unwanted distress — think juice cleanses — or are downright dangerous, like drinking “raw water.”
Fortunately, science has shown certain wellness trends are more than just hype. So if you’d like to switch up your health routine and try something new, the tried-and-true recommendations below are a great place to start.