To sleep, perchance to dream . . . is one of your 2021 goals to get more shut-eye? A plethora of brands are eager to lend a hand, and our correspondent Lindsey Graham has assessed one of the newest categories of entrants to this field of dreams. Sleep-inducing drinks – also known as “sleep drinks” or “sleep waters” – are The New Thing. Here’s the rundown on the 10 new sleep drink beverages that promise to help you fall into an easy and deep sleep, including teas, herbals, sleep shots, and melatonin- and magnesium-infused beverages. And what could be more of a luxury than that? To drift off to the Land of Nod easily – no matter what manner of stressors 2021 has in store.
The beginning of a new year or a new stage in your life is often a really good time to hit the “reset” button. Especially when it comes to what we eat. But what are the best ways to cleanse our bodies, and what are the best programs to help us detox and reset our bodies and minds? Our correspondent Natasha Marsh has interviewed nutritionists and dieticians about the best new tactics to try right now, including smoothie cleanses, the plant-based diet detox, intermittent fasting and more.
We adore the Duchess of Sussex, so when Meghan Markle invests in a new consumer product, we are absolutely interested in learning more. So imagine our excitement when we learn that she just invested in Clevr Blends coffee, which touts “the world’s first oat milk wellness latte.” Did we mention that the price is a steep $28 per bag of latte mix? What’s going on here? Our intrepid correspondent Julie Chang Murphy decided to get some answers. She’s interviewed an experienced dietitian to get the scoop on whether the trend of a “super” coffee latte enriched with adaptogens is the new secret superfood for healthy living. You know, like a coffee dusted with Moon Juice. We even have some informed recommendations on the best functional ingredients we can add to our morning coffee to get the day started on a healthy note.
New year, new food and nutrition trends. Health, fitness, wellness and sometimes weight loss are top of mind for many of us right now. So we went in search of what’s trending in healthy eating and wellness for 2021. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has a curated list of the 10 words and phrases you need to know to eat healthy (or at least on-trend) this year. Here are the top healthy eating food, nuitrition and diet trends you need to know in 2021.
As we begin a new year, lots of us are resolving to eat healthier and pay more attention to our daily nutrition and overall wellness and self-care. Whether our motivation is boosting immunity in the face of flu season and COVID-19; losing the holiday weight; or just feeling more energetic, now is the time to consider a convenient way to ensure that there’s always a healthy meal at home. Our ace correspondent Lindsey Graham is sharing the top brands offering subscription plans for home delivery of healthy meals, including Freshly, Splendid Spoon and Daily Harvest. Some of these meals are fresh and some frozen, but none require actual cooking. So if Blue Apron is too much work for you (and it is for us!), here are some realistic and delicious options to keep you from ordering another couple dozen pizza deliveries for dinner in the new year.