Hit The Reset Button

Already broke that New Years resolution to be healthier in 2018? Don’t give up now, hit the reset button and get back on track!

Personally, I don’t like restraining myself from foods I love (like donuts and peanut butter M&M’s). This is especially true when traveling or finishing off those Christmas cookies! When I get back from trips or midnight cookie binges, I hit the reset button!

Detox water has endless benefits such as reducing inflammation, boosting energy, supporting digestion and weight loss, cleansing the liver, and promoting healthy skin.

If you are feeling bloated and fatigued, or notice bad headaches and skin break outs, your body is telling you it’s time to reset and restart. Start with a 2 day detox water that you can easily make at home. Then get your body back on track by eating healthy, ditching the donuts and peanut butter M&M’s, and getting back to the gym.

The water helps re-stabolize and cleanse all of the toxins out of your body. Energy levels go up and you will start feeling good as new. So it makes going to the gym and making healthy eating options easier!


My go-to is always lemon, cucumber, and mint leaves. This detox water is refreshing and easy to make and store in the fridge! With any detox waters, start with purified water in a pitcher. Then cut the lemons and cucumbers into slices and put them in the pitcher. Take the mint leaves and gently tap them with a spoon to bring out the flavor and drop them in the pitcher.

Leave this in the refrigerator overnight and start drinking it the next morning! I drink a glass with breakfast, lunch and dinner for 2 days.


2nd favorite detox water recipe: orange, blueberries, and mint.


3rd favorite: strawberries, mint, and lemon.

These 3 refreshing drinks will help you hit that reset button and keep you on track! Not to mention they are delicious. They are also a good alternative for flavored waters without all of the added sugars.

Remember, nothing looks as good as healthy feels.


Shelby Lynn




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