Saturday September 19, 2020

A growing movement

Adaptogens are creating a stir in the world of wellness for their supposed stress-fighting properties – but does the group of herbs and mushrooms live up to the hype?

6th November, 2016

The health world, like fashion or fitness, enjoys its fair share of trend cycles. For a time, juicing reigned supreme and old-reliable solids were seen as passé. Then we heard of nothing more than the healing powers of bone broth; essentially a hip new way to describe the simple stock that’s long been batch-made by every household in the country, providing the foundation for myriad soup recipes.

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