Probiotics are more popular than ever as this trend carries over from previous years. The research has not caught up with the market, so before you pick a specific probiotic supplement or food, you might want to check in with your health care provider (or Dietitian) to see what strains may or may not be beneficial for you.
There has been a push back against diets and towards body positivity and acceptance. Check out the Health At Every Size movement https://haescommunity.com/ for the details. In spite of this step forward, the ketogenic diet - keto for short - is all the buzz. While the debate on whether diets work or not continues, it is best to try to eat a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Your goal should be healthy choices you can stick with over the long term.
3. Alternative "milks"
Dairy wasn't the only milk in 2018 and that trend carries into 2019 with a full complement of choices - soy, cashew, hemp, pea...