healthy-snack-swaps-for-the-new-yearStart the New Year off right by swapping unhealthy snacks for good ones!

If one of your New Year's resolutions is to eat healthier, one of the first things to be conscious of is your snacking. It’s super easy for the calories to add up when you’re mindlessly munching throughout the day. Fill your tummy with good calories over empty ones by swapping this for that!

top-3-diet-trends-of-2014Get ready to shed some pounds this New Year with these new diet trends! 

Is your New Years resolution to shed some unwanted pounds? We are ready to tell you all about the top three diet trends of 2014! Try some of these options now and start looking your best and feeling confident. Have you tried a trending diet that really worked for you?

Anything Lemon 

Lemons are a natural detoxifier and because of that, squeezing some fresh lemon into anything from a glass of water to a salad will naturally help you lose weight. The lemon water diet is a popular choice. Simply squeeze fresh lemon into a glass of water and add a splash of real maple syrup and drink this and only this all day. Drink at least 6 glasses of this mixture a day. This is a popular diet among celebrities. Just be careful when trying this option. If you want to give it a go, try doing it for a day or two and see how you feel.

Abdominal Belts 

You’ve probably seen plenty of infomercials about abdominal belts. You also have probably wondered if they actually worked. It sounds great doesn’t it? Sit on couch, watch TV and get your abs whipped into shape! These belts are electric, which is what causes the tightening movements. Would you ever try one of these belts? 

Body Wraps 

The newest weight loss option is to do body wraps. Many salons and spas offer body wraps. These are also used for fixing loose skin. There are different types of wraps such as bandages, clay, mud, or seaweed, usually soaked in some type of detoxing herbs. You’re wrapped from neck to ankles and just relax for an hour. When the wrap is removed, you are slimmer and tighter!

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