From Posture-Correcting Shirts to Hydration-Encouraging Cups

By: Katherine Pendrill - Nov 26, 2016
From specially designed shirts that help consumers sit up straight to smart water bottles that remind consumers to rehydrate, the November 2016 health trends reveal that there is a growing demand for products that help people make small, yet meaningful changes that will impact their overall health.

One of the ways that consumers are making small changes to their overall health is by trying to improve their posture. One product that helps consumers with this issue is the FysioPal top, which uses built-in sensors to warn the wearer when they are slouching. Similarly, the λ Chair by Autonomous Inc is designed to offer superior lumbar support for those working at desks.

Aside from correcting their posture, nutrition is another way consumers are making small lifestyle changes in an effort to improve their overall wellbeing. As the November 2016 health trends demonstrate, these nutritional aids can range from something as simple as shakes that help alleviate digestive issues to Genetic Nutrition Kits that uses the consumer's own genetic makeup to determine an optimal diet.