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Sure, you know your farro from your brown rice, and burpees from bakasana. But what are the next-level tips, tricks, and practices that wellness insiders are doing that your super-busy yet healthy life could be missing?

Here are a few forward-thinking healthy practices that experts (and Well+Good readers) know… —Jamie McKillop

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