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Wellness Trends for 2013

Wellness Trends for 2013

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Wellness Trends for 2013New Year’s is just around the corner which means that many people are thinking of New Year’s resolutions. If you have health goals you don’t need to wait until January 1 to start implementing them. There are many trends that you can watch in 2013.

Juicing

Juicing is healthy for your mind, body, and soul. As you drink fresh vegetables and fruits the vitamins and minerals get into your bloodstream instantly. Many restaurants now serve fresh squeeze juice as part of their regular menu. No longer do you need to go and spend a lot of money on juice. You can make juice in the comfort of your own home.

Juice is great for your teeth and smile as well as your overall health.

Do Yoga

Yoga is a trend that is here to stay. It is growing fast, especially over the past few years in 2013. More yoga studios will pop up and more chances for people of all ages to practice yoga will happen.

Yoga will be popular for family members of all ages. In 2014, toddlers to senior citizens will be very flexible in the new year. Yoga helps your mind and your body as you gain strength and mental clarity.

Drink Water

Drinking more water is one of the best things you can do for your health it helps your teeth by removing food particles. It can stay on your teeth and cause cavities. It also improves the internal system by creating a detoxing effect in your body.

Eat More Vegetables

Vegetables are the best things you can do for your health. Many restaurants are serving more vegetable plates. Fast food chains are turning to vegetable palettes as well. Menu items that will help improve your overall body as well as your mind are popping up all over. The more vegetables you can eat, the better.

Shannon Kaiser is a health and wellness writer. For more health advice visit Dr. Benjamin Crusan, a Ridgefield WA dentist. 

 

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