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  1. hnyarber:

Hmmmmm…

    hnyarber:

    Hmmmmm…

    (Source: sobriety-meets-fashion)

  2. barbie-training:

motivation en We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/85236051/via/mafe_velez
  3. littlemissfitshine:

Work for it on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/85249528/via/marycelie
  4. vintage-teenager:

time to be healthy on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/49109027
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  6. sunshine&wonders :]: fat shaming/bullying is NOT healthy for your child.

    sunshineandwonders:

    making your child feel worse than he/she already feels about how they look because of YOUR idea of what a “perfect” child should look like is not healthy. it’s disrespectful, rude, and downright awful. calling your child “baby beluga” growing up and making fun of her efforts to try to tell you how awful she feels when you make shitty remarks about what she looks like (like saying her hair doesn’t look good because it’s too long….wtf? it’s NOT. YOUR. BODY.) is not healthy. you know what’s healthy? loving your body. the only way someone will truly take care of their body is if they love it. fat shaming only leads to feelings of worthlessness, depression, bulimia, anorexia, and wanting to be something only to please others. for the past 22 years i have looked in the mirror and only saw a disgusting fat person. only recently have i decided to tell my family to fuck off and love myself for who and what i am. i am so much more than my weight and there are so many things about me that my friends and boyfriend love about me. when i accepted myself for who i am and looked beyond the weight, i found a beautiful person. no longer am i Marianne Luna, the worthless, fat, disgusting individual. i am Marianne Luna, the confident, beautiful, intelligent, amazing woman who can do anything i put my mind to. this journey of weight loss will not be an easy one… but it’s something that i’m going to accomplish…confidently!

    your body is a temple, so care for it. cherish it. accept it. worship it. but most of all, treat it with love.

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  9. digivolvin:

    whenever you’re in a situation where you need motivation just whisper “give ‘em the old razzle dazzle” to yourself and proceed to give ‘em the old razzle dazzle

    (via findingmyownstrength)

  10. What is your best tip for getting rid of stomach fat. Not so much to tone (not yet) but to get rid of fat?
    Anonymous

    nevergiveup283to140:

    No matter how many crunches or ab exercises you do you won’t lose the belly fat until you get your eating and cardio routine under control as you won’t be able to see those beautiful abs if you have fat around it. I recommend cardio cardio cardio as often as you can 4-6 times a week 30 minutes minimum. Then incorporate toning exercises once you get your diet under control. 

    • Eat! Don’t skip meals; otherwise you’ll become too hungry, eat too fast, and ultimately eat too much.
    • Transition to whole grains. Whole grains are richer in nutrients and fiber, helping you to stay full longer and preventing nasty spikes in insulin, which trigger belly fat storage.
    • Eat more produce. Fresh vegetables and fruits are key to good nutrition (go as organic and natural as you can)
    • Avoid inflammatory foods. Inflammation triggers belly fat storage so avoid refined carbohydrates, foods rich in saturated fats and trans fats, and highly processed foods. aka- go organic.
    • Eat at least one good source of healthy fat every day. Monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids help to fight both belly fat and inflammation. These fats are essential to maintaining a desirable body weight as well as preventing disease. I love avocado’s. 
    • Drink at least 8–10 cups of water every day. Hydration helps keep your energy level up, fills you up to help you reduce your portions at meals and snacks, and helps your metabolism function at its peak. I drink 1 gallon a day.
    • Green tea (need I say more)
    • Hot and spicy seasonings: Seasonings like cayenne pepper help to boost metabolism, helping you burn more calories and make weight maintenance even easier.
    • Lean protein (especially fish!): Aim to include a good source of lean protein, such as fish, chicken breast, or tofu, with every meal. Not only does protein provide a slight metabolism boost, but it also helps you feel satisfied for hours after eating.
    • Low-fat Greek yogurt: This type of yogurt is a great source of protein as well as calcium, which has been shown to help reduce overall body fat and belly fat. Because Greek yogurt contains twice the amount of protein as your typical yogurt, it helps you stay full longer, fighting cravings for belly-busting foods.
    • Nonstarchy vegetables: Because vegetables fill you up without filling you out, they’re really the backbone to any healthy eating plan. They’re also loaded with anti-inflammatory properties to continue to banish belly fat for life. Even when you reach your goal weight, aim to have a minimum of four servings of nonstarchy vegetables every single day.

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