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The Top 13 Food Stalls at Borough Market

Studying abroad in London was one of the best experiences of my life. My favorite activity living my life as a "South Londoner" was walking outside my flat and taking a stroll along the South Bank, which of course, led to the ultimate foodie haven: BOROUGH MARKET. Along my near-daily route (just ask any of […]

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Paleo Weeknight Salmon Cakes Recipe

An easy and healthy weeknight dinner. Paleo Weeknight Salmon Cakes. The perfect way to use up canned salmon! Cheap and filling! FUL RECIPE HERE: {Paleo} Weeknight Salmon Cakes source

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How To Lose Weight Fast | Paleo Diet Weight Loss Meal Ideas

I have lost over 20 pounds since I have been on the Paleo Diet. Here I am sharing with you what I eat breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner just to give you some ideas how to eat for Paleo to lose weight! How to Lose Weight FAST | Easy No Exercise Weight Loss Healthy Diet […]

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Why You Should Trade In Your Coffee Beans for Tea Leaves

I’ve never been much of a coffee drinker. I’ll force myself to swallow some during finals week, but it’s really not my thing. As a college kid living in the twenty-first century, I got tired real quick of justifying why I prefer tea. After doing loads of Googling to aid my defense of "I don’t […]

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Lotsa Stone-Fired Pizza Restaurant Review

There are lotsa ways to enjoy pizza, but this new restaurant is off the charts. With five locations and counting, Lotsa Stone-Fired Pizza is taking everyone’s favorite food to a whole new level. Lotsa inspires you to use your creativity and create a master-pizza. Cravings As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I am […]

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What Your Favorite Halo Top Flavor Says About You

Usually, low-calorie ice cream would be considered quite the oxymoron. Thanks to Halo Top, we finally have a guilt-free treat that actually tastes great! The classic flavors of this "healthy dessert," which seem to have exploded this past year, clock in at around 240-280 calories per pint. Yes, I really did say per entire pint. […]

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Low Carb Diet – Carb Refeed

Low Carb Diet – What is the purpose of a carb refeed? If you have ever been on a low carb diet, you have probably heard of the term “carb refeed” or “carb up”. You may not know what these are, but they are essential to the success of a carb restrictive diet. A low […]

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10 Surprisingly Creative and Easy Ways To Use Rosewater

Rosewater has been used for centuries in the Middle East in their beauty and skin care routines, as well as, an ingredient in their food and beverages. With hydrating, soothing, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial powers, rosewater is the ultimate powerhouse. Keep scrolling for 10 surprisingly creative and easy ways to use rosewater.  1. Facial Toner Its […]

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10 Vegan Instagram Accounts You Should Definitely Be Following

To add some diversity to your Instagram feed, follow these vegan accounts who have really nailed the whole foods lifestyle. Their food is far from repetitive and bland, and their recipes are easy to follow. Even if you don’t plan on becoming vegan, you’ll get some inspiration for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Here’s a […]

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5 Simple Ways to Eat Avocado That Aren't On Toast

The avocado craze has hit many hard. It’s the perfect food to fill you up and energize you, without making you feel bloated or heavy. Avocados are good for just about every meal, and are especially foodgasm-inducing on warm toast.  But toasters aren’t allowed in dorm rooms, and so I’ve had to get creative with […]

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10 Best Waterside Terraces in Amsterdam

The sun is peeking through the clouds, the flowers are starting to bloom and its beginning to look a lot like spring. spring is arguably the absolute best season in Amsterdam, mainly because all the trendy cafés and restaurants emerge from hiding and arrange their outdoor seatings. You could say knowing where the best waterside […]

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Gluten-Free Pavlova with Strawberries That is Perfect for Passover

Pavlova, named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, is a meringue dessert filled with cream and topped with fruit. It’s the perfect gluten-free dessert for Passover, the Jewish holiday during which wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn, soy, rice, and beans are forbidden. These dietary restrictions are what make gluten-free treats like meringues and coconut macaroons so […]

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5 Unconventional Twists on an American classic: The Hot Dog

Whether you’re a baseball fan or not, you can’t deny the certain euphoric experience of eating ballpark food and drinking beer with friends when the weather finally gets nice. During spring break this year, I spent some time in Arizona and it was the start of spring training for major league baseball. While I was […]

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Debunking the "Fat-Free" Diet and Everything In-Between

When it comes to our diets, knowing what to eat can be an overwhelming process. With so many options, diet fads, and brands, even food shopping can produce anxiety. To make matters worse, every item comes with questions: sugar-free or fat-free? Butter, margarine, or olive oil? Almond milk, soy milk, whole milk, fat-free milk? At what […]

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Low Carb, Ketogenic, Atkins, & I.F. | Fast Weight Loss Tips from Cory Groshek

Cory Groshek is an author/blogger, investor, musician/entertainer, consumer rights advocate, metaphysician, and founder/CEO of Manifestation Machine. He is also known in the music industry as Cory Crush and considered an expert on intermittent fasting in the YouTube fitness community as Low Carb Cory. His debut book, ‘Breaking Away: Book One of the Rabylon Series’, an […]

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Brunch at Bread Alone Bakery in Rhinebeck, NY

If you’re a Marist Student and haven’t had the chance to visit Rhinebeck, NY, I would recommend doing so. The town of Rhinebeck offers a variety of places to eat, shop and take a break from campus life. My visit to Rhinebeck included a stop at Bread Alone Bakery, which served up a quaint brunch […]

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 445

RESEARCH OF THE WEEK Agriculture changed fatty acid conversion genes. Elderly women who start taking statins have an increased risk of developing diabetes (just what they need!). Climbing stairs for 3 minutes after each meal improves glucose control in type 2 diabetics. Good sleep is like winning the lottery. NEW PRIMAL BLUEPRINT PODCASTS Episode 161: […]

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How to Get the Best Use Out of Coconut Oil

Whoever thought that coconut oil would be found in a bathroom or near the Keurig? Well, coconut oil has become a major trend this year, especially when people want to eat healthy or organic. Most people don’t know that coconut oil has many purposes and uses. Being a lover of DIY projects, coconut oil makes […]

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A Food Adventure In LA Comes Down To Three Cafés

Last week, my roommate and I traveled to Los Angeles for spring break. It was my first time traveling to the west coast, so I could not be more excited to see what the food culture was like. My goal was to try as many local places as possible. After reflecting on the eight amazing restaurants I […]

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What's With This Cereal Craze?

I have a hypothesis. Because sugary cereal is increasingly being tagged as unhealthy by the media, being criticized as "all sugar" and empty carbs, these cereals have now become an indulgent dessert and delicacy for people. The restaurant industry has jumped upon this phenomenon in recent years, creating all sorts of trendy cereal spots.  It […]

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All About the New App "OrderUp" and Why You NEED It

What it is: OrderUp is the latest and greatest app out there right now. You can get food from places that don’t deliver (ex. Chipolte), delivered to you! To your house, dorm, social event, or library. FYI ordering a Providence Coal Fired Pizza large margarita pizza to the library will automatically make you the coolest/most […]

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5 Prime Brunch Spots to Try When in Guelph

Brunch is a typical weekend (or weekday) outing for many students. However, the most difficult part when it comes to planning is choosing where to eat. If you want to avoid ending up somewhere with subpar food, use my personal list to guarantee that you find your next go-to brunch spot in Guelph.  1. Eggcetra […]

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The Scientific Reason Why Pineapples Belong on Pizza

Before land and time—before dinosaurs roamed the Earth—there has been contentious debate over whether pineapples belong on pizza. Okay, maybe not contentious debate, but it has been proven by simple biology. There is, in fact, some scientific backing as to why pineapples belong on pizza. Taste is broken down into five flavors: sweet, salty, bitter, […]

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The Holistic Protocol to Reverse Cancer

Cancer is at epidemic levels in the United States. Conventional methods do not cure cancer. They prolong life for a few years. Conventional methods eradicate cancer cells, but cancer often returns later. This is because conventional treatment does nothing about the underlying causes of cancer. Conventional treatment destroys healthy cells along with cancerous cells and […]

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How a Jar of Peanut Butter Can Upgrade Your Dining Hall Experience

If you’re like me, life feels incomplete without peanut butter. Not only can it help you live longer, it’s just so tasty. Whether it be oatmeal, toast, or vegetables, peanut butter goes well on anything. If you’re tired of the same old dorm food, consider slathering on some of this magical spread. Here are some […]

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LOW CARB CHICKEN ENCHILADA CASSEROLE (Recipe)

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A Definitive Ranking of Starbucks Orders Based on Instagram Worthiness

Millions of people across the globe order drinks from Starbucks every day, but it’s true that many of us have an ulterior motive beyond enjoyment of the drink itself—to Instagram our orders. Starbucks products are some of the most frequently Instagrammed food and drink orders out there, and for good reason. I mean, have you seen how aesthetically […]

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Best Ways of Dealing With Morning Sickness – 5 Hot Tips

Dealing with morning sickness can be very stressful and demoralizing! Being pregnant should be an exciting time of your life. Not a time you dread. It is also important to remember that pregnancy nausea is a normal part of most women’s pregnancy. But there are ways of coping with it. Here are 5 fantastic tips […]

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Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Hey Guys! I am inviting all of you into my kitchen to follow along with me as I bake a delicious flourless chocolate chip cookie recipe! I am leaving the recipe below (let me know what you think!) Ingredients: – 1 cup almond butter – 1/4 cup agave – 1 egg – 1/2 teaspoon baking […]

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5 Scary Reasons Why Sugar Is Bad For You

It seems that it is common knowledge these days that sugar is really bad for you and should be avoided, but many times the reasons given for doing so are vague. Sugar is so common an ingredient it is scary: it is present in literally almost everything that is edible, so it is super easy […]

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How is Science Telling the Food Pyramid to Change?

Depending on how old you are, you probably remember having to learn about the food pyramid at some point in grade school—with bread and cereal (like grains and carbohydrates) at the bottom, and fats/oils/sugars at the top. However, continued research on particular food items has shown that the old pyramid needs to be revamped. And […]

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Fruit Juice Extreem Review

What you need to know about Fruit Juice Extreem Fruit Juice Extreem is a highly potent combination of ACAI berry, Noni, Blueberry, Black Cherry, Mangosteen, Gogi, Resveratrol, Pomegranate, and Raspberry juice. By combining all these high antioxidant juices together, you are left with an extremely potent, disease fighting compound. And if you take the recommended […]

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5 DIY Acne Remedies That Don't Actually Work

A list of everything I hate about self-medicating acne remedies would be longer than the Harry Potter series. It’s like every beauty blogger and self-proclaimed dermatologist secretly conspired against the acne-prone community. From 5th grade to high school, I bought into their game, trying dozens of different facials and homemade acne treatments that were supposed […]

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How to Make Kibbeh, a Torpedo-Shaped Bulgur Croquette

There are many different types of kibbeh, but one of the most iconic types is Kibbeh Raas or Nabulsi Kibbeh, which is is a meat and onion mixture stuffed in a bulgur, onion, meat, and spice mixture and shaped like a football or torpedo. It can be baked or deep fried, and this recipe is […]

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7 Fiber-Filled Snacks to Keep You Full Until Your Next Meal

In college it can be really hard to maintain a well-balanced diet. When you are in a rush and looking for a quick, easy snack, you rarely think about the content of what you are eating, and you hardly ever think about whether or not what you are eating is helping your body. Do not […]

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Why No Calorie Counting May Be The Best Calorie Counting

We’ve all been there at one point or another. An insecure teenager willing to do just about anything for the approval of others. In my case, I was a young sophomore in high school when I discovered the magical idea of calorie counting. Upon first hearing about it, and hearing the success stories of people […]

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Instant Pot BBQ Pulled Pork

Thanks to everyone’s new best friend, the Instant Pot, this BBQ pulled pork is on the table in two hours, with very little work from you. The BBQ sauce just might be the BBQ sauce you’ve always been searching for. It’s tangy, spicy, slightly sweet, and takes about 5 minutes to make. It’s easy to […]

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Diet Paleo – The Diet Paleo recipes and The Paleo Diet Food List

The Paleo Diet Recipes Here http://bit.ly/HGc6pI Diet Paleo – The Diet Paleo recipes and The Paleo Diet Food List Discover how to eat and live like a “Caveman” by following the rules of the Paleo diet. The Paleo diet food list includes delicious Paleo Diet recipes eating that our ancestors ate from the Paleolithic time […]

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No More Excuses – Quitting Smoking Has Never Been Easier

You know all the reasons to quit smoking, so I'll only add one more that some are surprised to hear about as a result of stopping smoking. Smoking increases hair loss. That's right – in addition to wrinkles, you will lose your hair. Enough said. Either that worries you or it does not, so I'll […]

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Easy Keto Recipes! 3 Night Single Serving Keto Dinner Plan | Simple Low Carb Meals

Recipes for Megha’s 3 Dinners: http://bit.ly/2eDoUnZ Social Media (follow us for updates!): Pinterest – http://bit.ly/2aqmK7M Instagram – http://bit.ly/2aNCjJP Twitter – http://bit.ly/2eQuZMx Facebook – http://bit.ly/2fb5pFt Easy Keto Recipes! 3 Night Single Serving Keto Dinner Plan | Simple Low Carb Meals Megha has the house to herself for 3 days and put that time to good use […]

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These 6 Dorm Room Meal Prep Hacks Make Eating Healthy Easy

After months of eating nothing but junk in the dining hall, I’ve started to meal prep. t’s a great way to help me stick to what I’m planning on eating, no matter what time it is or how hungry I am. However, meal prep can be tricky when you’re living in a 10 by 12 dorm […]

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I'm a Certified Bartender, and I'm Only 18

So, you may be asking is this even legal? Yes. In my home state of Florida, anyone the age of 18 or older can become a bartender and legally serve alcoholic drinks. Cool, right? However, the national law that you must be 21+ to be served alcohol still remains true. So while the average 18-year-old […]

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TPV Podcast Episode 240, Dr. Terry Wahls Part 2

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah invite on Dr. Terry Wahls for a second part to discuss her thoughts on a new study of gluten free diets and her newest book. Click here to listen in iTunes or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please review it in […]

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Meal Plan with Real Plans!

Meal planning is the number one recommendation I have for anyone who 1) is having a hard time consistently following Paleo or the AIP, 2) needs to make some dietary changes but feels overwhelmed, 3) is feeling really stressed by how much shopping and cooking they’re doing, 4) is having a hard time managing food budgets […]

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6 Scientifically Proven Songs to Improve your Focus

Studies have shown that music can aid in productivity when doing repetitive work (like copying notes, my fatal friend) so I have done some investigating to find the best scientifically proven sounds to improve your focus and productivity when you need that extra push. 1. Brainwave Entrainment This phrase may sound intimidating to you but […]

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5 Tips for College Students Who Are Gluten Free

Grilled cheese, pizza, and chicken tenders are staples for many college students. For the gluten-free foodie, however, these foods served in college dining halls just taunt. Sure, they smell tempting, but all you can do is admire from afar. Don’t let yourself waste a meal swipe or points to leave breakfast/lunch/dinner unsatisfied. After living on […]

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Spring 2011 Fashion Trends for Women

The fashion trends for Spring 2011 will be a welcome change to "real" women everywhere. Instead of clothes that would only look good on a size 2 teenager, designers chose to show a variety of figure-flattering, figure forgiving clothes in luxurious fabrics and colors. With a little bit of modification, these styles can easily be […]

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Weight Loss Exercises That Truly Your Grandmother Can Get Done

Hey guys! I wish that you are doing fine. Currently, I am letting you on my weight loss exercises daily program that also your granny can perform. Honestly! So today I’d been performing exercises at the fitness center and saw an older woman. There’s no doubt that she actually is in her mid thirties. She […]

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How To Get Free Food at 30 Different Restaurants Without Getting Arrested

Tired of paying for food on a student’s budget? Then, don’t. Eating out doesn’t have to break the bank, as almost every major restaurant offers free food and freebie bonuses when you join their loyalty program, newsletter, or download their app. Here are a few options that you should definitely check out! Auntie Anne’s Download […]

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How to Shop Wisely

All of us, except for some very few, use money to buy what we need in this world. We do our shopping in various places. Sometimes we are satisfied with what we buy. Sometimes though we do not get our money’s worth and we feel cheated. To avoid being cheated we have to know how […]

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25 Health Benefits of Cinnamon – A Miraculous Spice

Cinnamon is one of the world’s oldest known spices. The tree is native to Sri Lanka where it was found thousands of years ago. It is the best spice available in terms of its nutrition and health. It contains unique healthy and healing property comes from the active components in the essential oils found in […]

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Drake's New Playlist 'More Life' Is Full of Inspiration

If you are anything like me, your commute to school has been amplified by Drake’s newest playlist ‘More Life.’ The playlist came out March 18th and consists of 22 tracks that are meant to act as, "a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life." With the dance hall vibes you will be jamming […]

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Paleo Diet: Myths and Realities

Brenda Davis, RD explores the myths and realities of a paleo diet. She gives the reasons that a whole foods vegan diet is closer to the diet of paleolithic people than the modern so called “paleo diet”. She discusses fat levels, fiber, phytochemicals, protein, grains, fruits, vegetables and animal foods. source

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10 Best Frozen Yogurt Shops in Fairfield County

There are always options when it comes to ice cream in the small state of Connecticut. There are many creameries and even farms that specialize in making this popular dessert in many flavors and that include many toppings. But what about frozen yogurt, the just as sweet and creamy alternative? Here are 10 of the […]

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Here's How You Can Get a Free Ben and Jerry's Cone on April 4th

The best day of the year for all ice-cream-lovers and Ben and Jerry’s fanatics alike is around the corner. Ben and Jerry’s just announced that Free Cone Day is Tuesday, April 4th, so gather all your friends and mark your calendars. And the best part? There’s no catch to it. No purchase necessary or any other […]

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Bear In Boots Gastropub's Meet The Farmers Dinner Is A Can't Miss Event

Bear in Boots is a Gastropub located on Falmouth’s Main Street on Cape Cod. They pride themselves as the only restaurant in Falmouth that makes every plate from scratch. In the second week of March, they held their second Meet the Farmers Dinner. The head chef teamed up with local farmers to create four courses […]

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5 Unlikely Foods That Taste Great With Nutella

Nutella lovers everywhere are used to experimenting with new ways to implement Nutella into their routine diet. As a Nutella fanatic myself, I starting thinking of ways to test this out as well and wanted to explore some new foods. After this inspiration, I extended the offer to my family and my younger sister, Jenna, […]

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How to Make Cookie DŌ, NYC's Edible Cookie Dough, at Home

If you’ve been on social media recently, I’m sure you’ve seen that edible cookie dough is all the rage. I don’t know about you, but as a child, I was always yelled at for eating the extra raw cookie dough after making a batch of cookies. Well, no need to risk any food-born illnesses anymore, because […]

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Hollywood All Natural 24-Hour Miracle Diet Review

What you need to know about Hollywood All Natural 24-Hour Miracle Diet Hollywood All Natural 24-Hour Miracle Diet is a vitamin, mineral and antioxidant filled drink that rejuvenates your body and helps you lose weight. Using 100% natural juices, this product fills your body with antioxidants and gives it no choice but to drop of […]

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Eating My Way Through Gulf Shores, Alabama

If you’re like me, a beach vacation means three things: sun, sand, and fresh catch. Since we’re from the Midwest (aka the land of beef and pork), my family makes sure to devour all the pan-fried grouper and blackened shrimp we can while staying on the beach. My recent spring break trip to Gulf Shores, […]

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The Surprising Story Behind the Real Betty Crocker

Once dubbed America’s First Lady of Food, Betty Crocker pioneered cake mix and canned frosting . But, who is the mysterious woman behind the name? While corporate icons Sara Lee, Chef Boyardee, and even the red haired Wendy are based on real life people, Betty Crocker’s story is a bit more complicated. Her history exists, it just happens […]

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Oreo Rice Krispies Treat Bars are the Snack You Never Knew You Needed

Rice Krispie Treats and Oreos are both classic after school snacks. So, it obviously makes sense to combine the two into Oreo Rice Krispies bars. Mixing different candies or cookies into Rice Krispies Treats is nothing new, but these bars are special because they are layered, and have the option to mix in things like […]

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Look Hot This Summer

There are so many ways for you to look hot at the beach this summer. Having tried so hard to slim down for the beach over the past few weeks or months, when you finally arrive at your destination, you can let your hair down and undo your belts and proudly show the world your […]

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A Cheat Sheet for Eating Fruit Seasonally

It dawned on me recently that not everyone understands the cycles of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Science and technology allow you to eat just about anything you want, whenever you want. But, that doesn’t mean it’s the best time to eat it. Fruits and vegetables grow in cycles and ripen at different times. When you […]

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The ASMR Guide to Creating an Orgasmic Breakfast

Brain tingles aren’t just for straight-A semesters or SAT problem solving. They’re also the result of ASMR, the sensation of pleasure through unusual stimuli. Short for “autonomous sensory meridian response,” this condition produces tingles that originate in the brain and cascade across one’s body. Although any sensory input (i.e. visual, auditory or taste) could shiver […]

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"Polynesian Bodies" – Why Polynesian Bodies Build Muscle Better

Polynesian people are descendants of those early mariners that crossed the great waters and became the original inhabitants of the South Pacific Islands. In order to survive those long cold oceanic journeys, their Polynesian bodies evolved to develop maximum muscle building capabilities as a means of generating and preserving body temperature. This was a direct […]

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7 Ways To Stay Mindful Through The Craziness of Life

As a college student, my day begins at 8:30a.m. and doesn’t finish until 10 p.m. By this point, all I want to do is lay in bed and watch episodes of Shameless on Netflix. The day is a constant cycle of class, library, coffee, class, food, repeat. Before I know it, my day is over and […]

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Chewable Coffee – The Future of Espresso

As therapeutic as it is to relax with a large caramel macchiato with some type of heart design in the froth, most of the time, I just need my f^$#ing coffee. What was at first following a trend, turned into a stone cold addiction. My caffeine headaches start to set in around 9am if I’ve […]

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Five Jobs To Assign Your Cousins Who Can’t (Or Won’t) Cook On Easter

I have a lot of cousins – hi guys! Since the youngest one is six, and the majority of us college kids specialize in ramen noodles, there are very few cousins helping in the kitchen. That being said, when twenty-four family members gather for Easter, everyone has to pitch in somehow. After all, if you can’t devil […]

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I Now Have Plans All the Way to Ninety

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. In fact, I have a contest going right now. So if you […]

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The Only Kitchen Hack You Need to Cut Perfect Potato Wedges

Potatoes are undeniably the most delicious and versatile vegetable there is. You can bake them, fry them, mash them, and shred them. They’re an awesome side dish, the perfect ingredient to bulk up your casserole, and a fun addition to your morning omelette. One of my favourite ways to cook potatoes is to turn them […]

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There is More of a Demand For Organic Foods Than You Might Think

The idea of ​​eating healthy is one that many people really do like. After exploring the value of organic products and the fact they can stay away from harmful toxins they are all for it. The fact that organic foods are dropping in price means that more people can afford to buy them. This is […]

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A Beginner's Guide on Training a Dog

Dogs are trained for a variety of reasons depending on the motive of the trainer and the kind of dog that he or she has. Some dogs are trained to perform tricks for money like in circus setting. Other dogs may be trained to for the purpose of finding missing people. Do not make the […]

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What Happened When I Baked the Dough in Cookie Dough Halo Top

A few months ago, I stumbled across this Thrillist article where the author melted a pint of chocolate chip cookie dough Ben & Jerry’s and proceeded to bake the leftover  cookie dough. Although I was slightly offended that someone dare to mess with ice cream (a waste, right?) I was intrigued.  Because my brain solely operates under […]

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Starbucks Hacks, as Told by a Starbucks barista

Ah, Starbucks. Arguably the most popular coffee chain in the U.S., it is also unfortunately among the most expensive. To help you cope with the seemingly endless lines and overpriced drinks, one Starbucks barista has graciously revealed some awesome hacks to help you get the biggest bang for your buck. When my best friend Sydney […]

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Makeup Gurus are Using Hard-Boiled Eggs as Beauty Blenders and I'm Done

It seems that even eggs aren’t safe from beauty vloggers nowadays. Recently, YouTuber PopLuxe used a hard-boiled egg as a beauty blender for his “Project Object” series, where he uses random items picked by his viewers to create a look. As PopLuxe dabbed foundation onto his face with a boiled egg (because that’s who we […]

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Are Bose 601 Speakers Really the Best?

For anyone who loves music and crisp, clear sound, the name Bose probably means much more than “speaker company”. In fact, Bose has long been known to produce the best speakers on the market. The revolutionary technology that Bose speakers use started in their 601 series, and more than 20 years later that product still […]

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Low Carb Spinach Soup Recipe

This delicious and easy low carb spinach soup is great as a side, on it’s own, and an easy meal prep. It’s only 3 NET CARBS! It is also a fantastic way to get your daily fats in. Nutritional Info: Makes 8 cups 340kcal/serving 32g fat 5g carbs – 2g fiber = 3 NET CARBS […]

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Vegan Bites in Toronto That Won't Break the Bank

Trying to save a dollar in Toronto while still eating good is easier than it sounds. The city is filled to the brim with cheap eats and these days, most restaurants offer up some pretty dope plant-based options. Check out these five spots for budget-friendly, yet super satisfying vegan meals in Toronto. 1. Apiecalypse Now! […]

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Choose Calm and Collected over Stress and Anxiety

Fear the Bear, not the Hare Imagine standing in front of 3,000 people and telling them the most embarrassing thing about you. Ya know that one weird thing that even drunk you knows not to mutter to anyone (even though they can’t understand that shouldn’t text that guy…). Oh, and your secret crush is in […]

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Vegan Low-Carb High-Protein Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe | Cory McCarthy

Vegan Low-Carb High-Protein Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe | Cory McCarthy A vegan treat to help satiate your sweet-tooth while low-carb or ketogenic dieting! #lowcarb #highprotein #veganketo #EcoAtkins #VeganGains Donate & show your support of my efforts via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3337791&ty=h My science-based nutrition and training service: https://www.veganmuscleacademy.com/join-now/ Head over to the blog where I’ll reply to […]

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What is the True Cost of Your Clothing?

I was sitting in my bed, eating my usual pre-bedtime bowl of strawberries, and I just wanted to relax. So, I clicked on the Netflix icon, but instead of choosing my usual Midsomer Murders episode, I went to the documentaries. I am working with fashion right now, and so I decided why not watch one […]

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21st Century Mince Pies

Makes 12 Mince Pies Ingredients 1 orange 10 hazelnuts 50g 70% chocolate 250g mincemeat 370g puff pastry 200g fillo pastry 100g melted butter Icing sugar 1) Using a pestle & mortar, pound the hazelnuts into fine crumbs. And with a sharp knife chop the chocolate finely. 2) On a well floured surface, roll out the […]

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Wintering Birds – Feeding

Bird Feeding in Winter with Recipes Attract the wintering birds to your yard by offering them suet nourishment during cold weather. Not only will you be doing a great service to birds, but you will learn from watching the birds that frequent your feeding area. Establishing a bird feeder that offers a diversity of food […]

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Boozin' & Cruisin': Meet a Sommelier for Celebrity Cruises

Sometimes the best vacation memories aren’t of the places you’ve been but the people you’ve met. My family and I met Ievgeniia on our first night aboard the Celebrity Solstice as we sailed around Alaska. Ievgeniia was the sommelier for one of the restaurants on the cruise ship, and ended up being one of the […]

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Thicken That Sauce!

With most sauces and nearly all types of gravy you will need to use a thickening agent at some stage. This may be one of any number of things. The most commonly used are starches of some kind, because they all have the quality of swelling up in any liquid to which they are introduced. […]

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Foods That Cause Acne

The embarrassing condition of acne has been blamed on a wide variety of causes throughout the ages. Many people unjustly blame individuals with acne-prone skin of being dirty or failing to wash their faces properly. This is obviously far from the truth as acne can strike anyone, regardless of their personal hygiene habits. Others believe […]

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11 Food Instagrams That Loyola Students Need to Follow

On average, there are 600 million active Instagram users every month. With this kind of user activity, it’s hard to find what kind of accounts are worth a follow outside of following all your friends. On a college budget, it’s hard to enjoy Chicago’s fine dining all the time, however these Loyola students have found […]

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Arthritis Diet – Can What You Eat Reduce Arthritis Pain?

Inflammation is a root problem in arthritis, and it is often directly responsible for joint pain and tissue damage. Your food choices can either increase or decrease inflammation. The first rule is to avoid refinanced, processed, and manufactured foods, most of which contain pro-inflammatory fats, carbohydrates, and additives. For example, Omega six fatty acids intensify […]

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A 'Thank You' Letter To An Ex-Boyfriend

To my ex-boyfriend, This is an open ‘thank you’ letter for all the lovely things you taught me while we were dating. Three years is a long time to know someone, and I wouldn’t trade a single laugh or fight with you for anything. You allowed me to grow and find myself, so I wrote this […]

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