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5 Rawsome Weight Loss Tips

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Setting goals for 2018? These 5 simple, healthy habits will put you on track for rapid results and lasting success!

1. Count Nutrients, Not Calories.

Regardless of your calorie intake, if your body lacks the right vitamins and minerals, it will act as if there is a famine. In famine mode, your metabolism slows down and your body stores up fat. Instead of obsessing over calories, count your fresh fruit and vegetable servings! Eat better, not less.

2. Eat & Drink the Rainbow!

Consume a colorful variety of raw fruits and vegetables! Each color family corresponds to specific nutrients, so the more varied the colors, the more nutrition you are eating, and the better you’ll look and feel!

3. Get The Quickest Fix.

A raw juice or soup cleanse is the fastest way to get your body out of famine mode. Your body is able to rapidly absorb the rich nutrient content and use it. As a result, you shed weight, have more energy, and glow from the inside out... in a rush! 

Regular cleanses are a great way to get out of a rut and press the reboot button on your body.

4. Eat GOOD Fats!

...Like coconut oil, raw nuts and seeds, and avocados. In moderation, these healthy fats actually promote weight loss, helping you stay full and nourished, and reducing the likelihood of binge eating.

You need the right fats to keep your mitochondria healthy; the healthier your mitochondria, the more energy you’ll have! Good fats also support youthful skin, healthy hair and nails, and optimal brain function.

5. Get Your Daily Dose of Greens.

Leafy greens are hands down THE BEST thing for you... especially first thing in the morning. Starting your day with a green juice is the easiest way to get all the nutrients your body needs to stop clinging to stored up fat and fight unhealthy cravings throughout the day. It will also give you a boost of caffeine-free energy!

Start a healthy habit today...

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