10000steps:

Water. Crucial for flushing out toxins, delivering nutrients, and keeps skin looking fresh. Hydrate with: Water, Peaches, Green Tea, Cucumbers
Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene. Helps skin heal and rebuild tissue, and is an anti-aging tool to prevents wrinkles. Eat:  Broccoli, Papaya, Carrots
Vitamin B Complex. Gives your skin a glow by boosting blood circulation and helps your skin receive oxygen. Eat: Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, etc.
Vitamin C: Stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, making it elastic, youthful and firm.  Eat: Grapefruit, Kiwi, Papaya
Vitamin E: Reduces the appearance of age spots, wrinkles, stretch marks.Eat: Greens, Nuts, Tropical fruits
Fatty Acids:  Protects against sun damage, allows water and nutrients into the skin while keeping toxins out, and wards off inflammation dark. Eat: Beets, fish, almonds, avocado
Pectin: Prevent wrinkles and blemishes, keeps skin conditioned and toned, essential in driving acne away for clear and beautiful skin.  Eat: Kiwi, Apples, Peaches, Peas
Selenium: Improves the skin at a cellular level, helps regenerate vitamins E and C, protects against sun damage, helps heal injuries, and flaky skin. Eat: Brazil Nuts, Whole Wheat, Brown Rice
Lycopene: Protects against agents that clogged pores and create breakouts, and helps reduce inflammation. Eat: Tomatoes
Natural Alpha Hydroxyl Acids: Refreshes and brightens skin. Eat: Apples
Other Antioxidants: Fights against free radicals and helps rejuvenate the skin.  Eat: Cantaloupe,  Plums, Blueberries 
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10000steps:

Water. Crucial for flushing out toxins, delivering nutrients, and keeps skin looking fresh. Hydrate with: Water, Peaches, Green Tea, Cucumbers

Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene. Helps skin heal and rebuild tissue, and is an anti-aging tool to prevents wrinkles. Eat:  Broccoli, Papaya, Carrots

Vitamin B Complex. Gives your skin a glow by boosting blood circulation and helps your skin receive oxygen. Eat: Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, etc.

Vitamin C: Stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, making it elastic, youthful and firm.  Eat: Grapefruit, Kiwi, Papaya

Vitamin E: Reduces the appearance of age spots, wrinkles, stretch marks.Eat: Greens, Nuts, Tropical fruits

Fatty Acids:  Protects against sun damage, allows water and nutrients into the skin while keeping toxins out, and wards off inflammation dark. Eat: Beets, fish, almonds, avocado

Pectin: Prevent wrinkles and blemishes, keeps skin conditioned and toned, essential in driving acne away for clear and beautiful skin.  Eat: Kiwi, Apples, Peaches, Peas

Selenium: Improves the skin at a cellular level, helps regenerate vitamins E and C, protects against sun damage, helps heal injuries, and flaky skin. Eat: Brazil Nuts, Whole Wheat, Brown Rice

Lycopene: Protects against agents that clogged pores and create breakouts, and helps reduce inflammation. Eat: Tomatoes

Natural Alpha Hydroxyl Acids: Refreshes and brightens skin. Eat: Apples

Other Antioxidants: Fights against free radicals and helps rejuvenate the skin.  Eat: Cantaloupe,  Plums, Blueberries 

Source (x)

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wakemeupwhenmylifeends:

I am crying of happiness

Anonymous asked: Everybody is only worried about Elsa and her isolation and I'm really sad about that, but let's not forget of what Anna went trough too. They say that Anna wasn't alone because she had her parents but maybe they spent most of their time with Elsa.

no1twerkslikegaston:

angelshizuka:

As someone who grew up with an older sister with ‘special needs’. I am 99.9% sure their parents spend most of their time with Elsa. And maybe Anna even felt neglected by her own parents because of it. I’m not gonna debate on wheter Anna or Elsa suffered more. I just want Elsa fans to realize Anna suffered her whole life too. It doesn’t matter who suffered most, because they both had a difficult life. And that’s just awful, no need to compare.

This is actually the best response to this I’ve seen

gettingahealthybody:

Nurture Inc’s Happypuffs - Green puffs (Organic superfood). (click here to get to the page itself).
That day, I was hanging out with my cousin and her baby and she bought her baby this little snack. 
I tried it and I fell in love with it. Why? It’s organic and gluten-free. Besides, what is good for a baby/ food for baby is always good for any adults IMO. Reason because their food is less likely to be laced with sodium, preservatives or msg. 
Moreover, I am always snacking during studying periods and well, snacking could lead to consumption of hundreds of calories if not properly watched.
Best news? A serving is about 75 pieces only has 25 calories! And only $3.85 per bottle on iherb.com. My local grocery shop is retailing at $10.20!
And they have other flavors like bananas, apple, sweet potatoes and strawberries.
This is not a sponsored post in anyway, just my personal opinion. And also, if you’re a first time customer, just key in: VBT918 during checkout to receive a $10 off your order.
Read more about my previous purchases from iherb:
Organic Coconut Butter 
Hot Mint Chocolate Drink (ft. mint extract and raw organic cacao powder from iherb) - I would also like to add that if you are not really bothered about calories, you can also substitute water with hot milk (skimmed or not) for a truly delicious treat.

gettingahealthybody:

Nurture Inc’s Happypuffs - Green puffs (Organic superfood). (click here to get to the page itself).

That day, I was hanging out with my cousin and her baby and she bought her baby this little snack. 

I tried it and I fell in love with it. Why? It’s organic and gluten-free. Besides, what is good for a baby/ food for baby is always good for any adults IMO. Reason because their food is less likely to be laced with sodium, preservatives or msg. 

Moreover, I am always snacking during studying periods and well, snacking could lead to consumption of hundreds of calories if not properly watched.

Best news? A serving is about 75 pieces only has 25 calories! And only $3.85 per bottle on iherb.com. My local grocery shop is retailing at $10.20!

And they have other flavors like bananas, apple, sweet potatoes and strawberries.

This is not a sponsored post in anyway, just my personal opinion. And also, if you’re a first time customer, just key in: VBT918 during checkout to receive a $10 off your order.

Read more about my previous purchases from iherb:

Organic Coconut Butter 

Hot Mint Chocolate Drink (ft. mint extract and raw organic cacao powder from iherb) - I would also like to add that if you are not really bothered about calories, you can also substitute water with hot milk (skimmed or not) for a truly delicious treat.

Reblogged from ONEDOZENREASONS.

palace of versailles

Reblogged from more than just a spare

sisterofasnowqueen:

kellycuppycake:

Disney princesses meeting their princes for the first time.

it progressively gets more awkward each movie

Disney Food pt. 2

None of these photos are mine. Their rightful owners are cited in the captions.

phan81:

 

Tonights Glute/Hamstring workout…

1) Warm up - stiff-leg deadlifts 3 x 20

2) Stiff-leg deadlifts - 3 x 8-12

3) Wide stance smith squats - 4 x 8-12 (tip: butt back, feet out infront)

4) Hamstring curls - 3 x 8-12 & drop set to failure

done.

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