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We're well into 2018. How is your New Year’s resolution going? Wait, before you answer, you need to learn more about the healthiest diet trends for 2018. If you are tired of avocados and apple cider vinegar, then you will welcome these delicious yet balanced foods and drinks. Don’t feel bad if you are struggling to lose weight or eat better this year. After you get hip to these hot trends, you will be ahead of the game. Which of these 10 healthiest diet trends for 2018 will be your favorite and the most beneficial to your life?

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1. Edible Flowers

You might have noticed a petal garnishing a fancy dinner plate once or twice, but floral food is about to blossom in 2018. There are a number of edible flowers from lavender and hibiscus to elderflower and rose. Furthermore, each one has a unique set of health benefits like improving sleep, reducing blood pressure, easing stomach pain, or aiding in weight loss just to name a few. In 2018, you can basically drink a bouquet. Cocktails, teas, lattes, and sparkling drinks infused with these botanical flowers not only taste good, but they are healthy for you, too. These flowery flavors are branching out from high-end restaurants and international markets to your favorite local shops.

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