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A new year provides the opportunity to start over in many aspect of life — work, relationships, finances and more. But it seems like what rises to the top of everyone’s list are health-related goals, which are often tied to food.

It might be that the constant stream of parties and sweets over the holidays has us all feeling a little blah, or maybe it’s just time to kick an old vice to the curb. Either way, we hope this list of easy-to-implement ideas helps get you on your path to feeling and looking awesome in 2018.

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Healthy food trends for 2018: Plant-based snacks, riced veggies and more

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Healthy food trends for 2018: Plant-based snacks, riced veggies and more

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1. If you want to ditch soda, try a new fizzy fix.

Whether you're trying to drop regular soda because of its high sugar content and empty calories or you want to avoid the artificial sweeteners in diet soda, it can be hard to go cold turkey.

For a healthier way to to quench your desire for something fizzy and refreshing, one choice is to grab a sparkling water, but if that doesn’t have enough of a flavor punch for you, try a fermented drink like kombucha. Kombucha, which is made from green or black tea, contains some caffeine and also provides healthful probiotics, as well as potentially beneficial acids, amino acids and B vitamins. And the sugar content of most commercially made kombucha is only about 2 to 6 grams per 8-ounce serving, while the calories range from 25 to 35 per serving (compared to about 25 grams of sugar and 100 calories in 8 ounces of traditional soda).

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