26th August 2014

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Lol

Lol

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25th August 2014

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bigbeautifulblackgirls:

So here is what Im having for dinner 
Pan fried tilapia with stir fried broccoli , mushrooms and shrimp and a bottle water . 
I choose broccoli tonight instead of spinach because the health benefits of broccoli are wide and varied. Many people already know that broccoli contains cancer-fighting substances, but did you know that this crunchy green vegetable may also be one of the best foods for women with #PCOS? Broccoli is very low in calories, contains less than 1% fat, and ranks low on the glycemic index. It is also one of the best dairy-free sources of calcium (although your body can only absorb about 60% of the calcium in broccoli, that is still a decent amount). Broccoli provides plenty of calcium which is an important anti-PCOS mineral.
To get the most out of broccoli’s health benefits, choose organically grown plants (they are typically more nutrient-dense and contain fewer harmful substances) and eat them raw or slightly steamed. When steaming broccoli, keep in mind that the fibrous stems take longer to cook than the florets, and therefore you should wait a few minutes before adding the florets to the steamer.

#iweartealforme 
#pcosawareness #bbbg #boldqueens

PCOS awareness

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

So here is what Im having for dinner
Pan fried tilapia with stir fried broccoli , mushrooms and shrimp and a bottle water .
I choose broccoli tonight instead of spinach because the health benefits of broccoli are wide and varied. Many people already know that broccoli contains cancer-fighting substances, but did you know that this crunchy green vegetable may also be one of the best foods for women with #PCOS? Broccoli is very low in calories, contains less than 1% fat, and ranks low on the glycemic index. It is also one of the best dairy-free sources of calcium (although your body can only absorb about 60% of the calcium in broccoli, that is still a decent amount). Broccoli provides plenty of calcium which is an important anti-PCOS mineral.
To get the most out of broccoli’s health benefits, choose organically grown plants (they are typically more nutrient-dense and contain fewer harmful substances) and eat them raw or slightly steamed. When steaming broccoli, keep in mind that the fibrous stems take longer to cook than the florets, and therefore you should wait a few minutes before adding the florets to the steamer.

#iweartealforme
#pcosawareness #bbbg #boldqueens

PCOS awareness

19th August 2014

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drakefanclub:

whoever made these is going to jail. i aint playin games here

Lol that bob is kinda cute…

19th August 2014

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Being lonely sucks…

19th August 2014

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theartofsideye:

stop it tumblr.

Lmao

theartofsideye:

stop it tumblr.

Lmao

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17th August 2014

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I miss intimacy…but not that much…

17th August 2014

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Cutie pies…

Cutie pies…

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17th August 2014

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Yes!

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14th August 2014

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msitfits:

Natural hair color ideas and inspiration!

That purple fro….

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14th August 2014

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hothatbrishti:

People are always obsessed with being busy and finding distractions but let me tell you something. You can load up your schedule and leave no time for breathing but whatever you’re hiding from will haunt you when you least expect it. So don’t lie to yourself. Confront your problems and deal with your emotions. That’s the only way you’ll ever truly make progress.

True

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