I requested to post this at the gym this morning on the motivation board. As I was writing so many people stopped and, recognizing the poem from the movie G.I. Jane, said they loved the movie. So I told the story of my three new heroes, the female marines who graduated SOI yesterday and won’t be receiving positions in infantry units. The news spread like wildfire amongst Army, Navy, Marines and Airmen that work out at there. I have always wanted to change the world somehow and I plan to. Little by little and making sure events like these don’t go ignored.
This recipe is so easy to make. It’s a great treat for dinner parties or just for indulging on the sofa. For the base of this delicious sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free dessert you need only three ingredients.
The reason this is so wonderful for you lies with all three of the the ingredients…
Bananas are known for their high potassium content, with over 400 mg potassium in a single medium-size banana. Additionally one banana provides about 15 percent of your daily recommended amount of vitamin c. Since b vitamins are more commonly found in animal products, it may come as a surprise that bananas are an excellent source of vitamin b6. One banana supplies 35 percent of your daily b6 requirement. A large study by the Internal Journal of Cancer illustrates that the probability of developing kidney cancer is greatly lessened by frequent consumption of fruits and vegetables, though especially bananas. Very nice.
Additionally the avocados are packed with fibre, vitamin k, folate, vitamin b5, potassium and vitamin b6. Although they have a high fat content it is important to note they are very unusually healthy fats, such as phytosterols, oleic acid and polyhydroxylated fatty alcohols (PFA). These fats have important anti-inflammatory properties and help the digestive track absorb other vitamins at a much better rate. Researchers at Nutrition ImpactNational determined from the Health and Nutrition Examination Study (NHANES 2001-2006) that avocado consumers were lower in weight and lower in body mass index than non-consumers. This doesn’t necessarily mean it’s down to the humble avocado, but it’s likely it plays a part in a well balanced healthy diet.
Last but not least the cacao powder, giving you a nice addition of protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, iron, zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium. It also contains lipid anandamide, which is known as the “chocolate amphetamine”. It can help lift your mood and even decrease depression.
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Article I read recently. READ THE LAST PARAGRAPH! If you want a stupid thigh gap and don’t have a slightly splayed pelvis you have to get so malnourished that your body starts eating its own muscle. why on earth would you want that?!
i seriously needed this article. I need to remember this in my mind, the reason i had one was because i was malnourished and now i am strong. Fuck thigh gaps man.
Health over trying to please people who wish such wacked ideas of beauty apon others.