New York, NY, February 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The noted trends expert and keynote speaker Daniel Levine is observing a rising trend in an important everyday health trend. It appears that more healthy options are becoming increasingly available to the public.
Fast-food restaurants are using healthier ingredients. Burger King has healthier fries and Subway is taking chemicals out of its bread. Chick-Fil-A is quietly making several changes to its foods, including the use of antibiotic-free chickens and the removal of corn syrup from their recipes. The goal is to give customers a healthier product.
Cocktails are shrinking back to more traditional sizes. On average, these drinks have quintupled in size over the last sixty years. Now, as weight and calorie intake comes into further consideration, the size of alcoholic beverages is shrinking once again. Sugary drinks are also on the down-trend. The health effects of these beverages are well known, and now more natural semi-sweet drinks are rising to take their place.
“These changes are an example of how an increase in the public conscious can dramatically alter business practices,” says Levine. “As customers becoming more and more concerned about the impact their food has on their health, businesses are being forced to adapt to provide safer and more natural options.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a leading trends expert and public speaker. He teaches audiences how to look out for trends, as well as the power they have on everyday life. As a marketing specialist, he helps businesses embrace the latest trends, plus adapt to an ever-changing climate. Learn more at DanielLevine.com
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