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#31
[b]What to Eat Before and After a Workout:

http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes/h...ytip111214
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#32
Sorry, I have a sweet tooth, but I have to control myself and then make sure it is healthy. So when I saw this I loved it.
I am going to ask my wife to make me some. Of course I will say Please, with a cherry on top. Smile

11 Healthy Baking Tips from Top Chefs:


http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes/d...wftn112414

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#33
Can Bacon Be Part of a Healthy Diet?

http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/featur...althy-diet


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#34
Unfortunately some are not aware of the important of food combining, and although they have a healthy diet, but they are not healthy enough, and wondering why? The following food chart will explain that even though two foods by themselves could be very healthy, but when eaten together can play havoc in your stomach.

http://www.sonnewald.org/assets/pdf/lite...-chart.pdf

Be Wise, <3 POM
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#35
(18-10-2014, 01:42 AM)pom19 Wrote: What Is Parsley Good For?

http://foodfacts.mercola.com/parsley.htm...b-articles

So, make sure you eat parsley. Smile POM


Wauw i did not knew that.. Parsley a herb does seriously contains more iron then spinach? And it even tastes better, i do away this growse boring spinach which is only nice with paste and salmon.

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#36
(26-10-2014, 04:18 PM)pom19 Wrote: Interesting stuff you can make with Oatmeal-POM

Oatmeal Recipes to Wake Up Your Breakfast:

http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes/b...ytip102614


Ah i like these recipes, ''coincedentally'' i just let the delivery supermarket bring me oatmeal with my food shipping for breakfast variation. Just reading up about their antioxidants and ofcourse its an gluten free meal!

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#37
Pom, do you btw know if radish can contribute to breast growth? I read it has adstringant properties and it contributes to fat deposition in the breasts but i dont know if i should believe these last statement..
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#38
(18-12-2014, 12:11 AM)hannah14 Wrote: Pom, do you btw know if radish can contribute to breast growth? I read it has adstringant properties and it contributes to fat deposition in the breasts but i dont know if i should believe these last statement..

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Hannah, I have not heard that about radishes. But for info on any herbs helping breast growth contact LOTUS. He is very good on phytoestrogens. Just PM him, or visit some of his threads. He is awesome.
By the way, what happened to my apple pie and your freshly brewed coffee? Maybe you should bake some oatmeal cookies? Smile POM

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#39
The freshly brewed coffee is still coming along, for the oatmeal cookies we'll have to wait until the fytine sour is poured out by the water/lemon bath or something like that i read somewhere..ghehe
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#40
I tried to find back the link but I couldnt I did find another which states this:Radish – The astringent properties of radish will harness the blood supply to local tissues. It will lead to a more balanced fat distribution to the body which will make the breasts larger. That sounds somewhat more reliable
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