Linnie

eye-candy babe Ellis
Send message

Information

  • How old am I:
  • 21
  • Nationality:
  • Turkish
  • Eye tone:
  • I’ve got lustrous gray eyes but I use colored contact lenses
  • Color of my hair:
  • White
  • What I prefer to listen:
  • Folk
  • Other hobbies:
  • Riding a bike

About

I have always been kind of "bottom heavy". No matter how much my weight fluctuated over the years, most of it was always in my butt and thighs. As far as her being a celebrity and in a position to teach the public about women's health I wouldn't consider her a reliable source of information about much of anything.

Description

The most important equipment for a runner is a pair of properly-fitting running shoes. Before you go the store, think about your running style and ask yourself these questions, suggests Tom Boland, a certified pedorthist footwear specialist in New York City:. Your answers will help you choose the right type of running shoe. A knowledgeable running-shoe salesperson can help direct you to the most appropriate shoes for your running routine and style. In general you want running shoes with thick, cushioned soles and good support. There are a of different types of running shoes, including trail shoes and racing shoes.

Pick the de that matches your performance and your terrain:. Focus instead on the three basics cushioning, shock absorption, support as well as on the following:.

Buffie carruth - bodynomics grade a glutes workout dvd sculpt butt & thighs

You can find running shoes at a shoe store, sporting goods store, outlet store, or at a store that caters specifically to runners. To avoid foot problemskeep track of how many miles you run and replace your shoes as often as necessary. The most basic way to lose weight is to slash calories. But how many do you really have to cut or burn to see ?

Calories burned are based on a pound woman. In fact, do a couple of swaps a day and you can drop 10 pounds in 5 weeks! So try these 25 easy tweaks—and get the slim body you want in no time. Your skinnier friends are probably fidgeters, who burn up to calories a day just by tapping their feet or being restless. Try it for a few days. Cut out nuts altogether and save more than calories. Eat pistachios: 2 handfuls are just calories, and the shelling will slow down your munching.

Instead, eat at the table, and trade 1 hour of TV for a casual walk. A big salad might seem healthy, but all those goodies on top can make it more calorie-laden than lasagna or fettuccine Alfredo. Cheese crumbles, caramelized nuts, bacon, avocado, dried fruit, croutons, and vinaigrettes can add lots of calories. Save or more calories by having just one topping, adding flavorful but lower-cal veggies roasted bell peppers, grilled onions, or mushroomsand using half the dressing.

Swap your inch plate for a inch one. Or at least size it down.

Image gallery

Dessert-like coffee creations can contain as many as calories, with large sizes and options like whipped cream, whole milk, and syrups. Craving whipped cream? Try it on a shot of espresso for a total of just 30 calories. You save calories! A chip-bender to the bottom of a 9-ounce bag is 1, calories sans the dip. Family-style meals, with platters and bowls of food on the table, invite people to go back for seconds and thirds. Cut hundreds of calories by filling plates before bringing them to the table; leave serving dishes in the kitchen, too.

Shop by category

Syrups, sour mix, sugary fruit juices, and creamy additions turn drinks into desserts: an indulgent Mudslide can have more than calories. Order drinks mixed with club soda, tonic water, cranberry juice, or a squeeze of citrus; or try distilled liquors on the rocks. One cup of pasta is just calories.

The Mini Great Wall? A chocolatey yet svelte calories. A large ounce smoothie can have or more calories. Instead, try a filling lower-calorie starter of oatmeal with brown sugar and banana slices, and a cup of black coffee. Skip caloric sides—a cookie, chips—to save plus calories.

Also, have the kitchen skip oils added at the last minute like basil oil or chive oil, and save another 40 calories per teaspoon. A lack of shut-eye can make you snack, new research from the University of Chicago shows.

Primary sidebar

Go grocery shopping for 1 hour, put away your groceries, spend 2 hours cooking a fabulous holiday feast, set the table, and serve. Then toast yourself for the awesome calorie-burn. A ounce soft drink has about to calories. For breakfast, eat 2 boiled or poached eggs. Before lunch and dinner, enjoy 1 cup low-cal soup. And save a total of calories for the day. A ounce tea with added fruit juices can have plus calories. Split it with three friends, and save 1, calories. You have to hand it to food-industry execs. They seem to have an unparalleled ability to turn the healthiest foods into the absolute worst junk or convince you that you can only get nutrition from water additives or cookies pumped full of vitamins.

Here are some of the most absurd examples of their efforts so far, the how you can truly eat healthy—no fake Buffie claims required. In addition to petroleum-based food dyes linked to ADHD and allergies, the third ingredient is propylene glycol, another petroleum-based ingredient used, among other things, to make plastics and keep paint from drying out. Slice up a lemon, add some frozen or fresh fruits, or body some iced green tea. They are devoid of healthy fiber, which makes you want to eat more in the long run. Eat This Instead: Organic peanut butter and jelly on organic spelt bread.

Your body can process ancient spelt better than modern whole wheat. The food industry thinks otherwise, and has come out with prepackaged, pre-stuffed bagels. What you might not realize is these are also stuffed with corn- and soy-derived ingredients that come from crops genetically engineered to be doused in pesticides. That winds up inside of your food.

Eat This Instead: Forget the mood-killing engineered breakfast foods and instead, buy pastured eggs from a local farmer who supplements his flock with organic feed. Hens that exercise and eat grass and bugs on pasture produce eggs lower in cholesterol and saturated fat and two times higher in the healthy omega-3s workout.

A little here, a little there

The Gimmick: The food system has an uncanny ability to jam corn into just about anything, including the nutrient-defunct artificial sweetener Splenda. Adding nutrients like antioxidants is a marketing gimmick, explains food expert and author Michael Pollan. Canada Dry is doing the same thing—adding antioxidants and vitamin C to products.

Eat This Instead: Opt for less-processed sweeteners that actually contain natural nutrients, like honey or stevia. The sugar overload will cause an energy crash later, not exactly what most people are looking for in something touted as a healthy breakfast food. The high protein content will keep you feeling full longer, and the honey is loaded with naturally-occurring antioxidants.

Customer reviews

Eat This Instead: EnviroKidz Leaping Lemurs Organic Cereal—its sugar content is lower, and the sweetness comes not from factory-made high-fructose corn syrup, but from mineral- and calcium-rich molasses. Genetically engineered ingredients are banned in organics. Eat This Instead: First, try not to eat on the go in the first place. About 20 percent of meals are rushed and eaten in the car, which le to poor food choices and bulging waistlines. Plus, the entire muffin not just the top is just calories! WhoNu the food industry could come up with a way to make sugary, high-carb treats seem healthy?

Eat This Instead: Any of the above. The Gimmick: Why get heart- and brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids from something boring, like healthy, sustainable fish?

No, you need to drink them in the form of liquid sugar, according to the growing variety of flavored milk products fortified with the fish oils. Flavoring milk adds 40 to 60 calories per serving and adds 15 grams of sugar to an otherwise healthy glass of plain, protein-rich milk. Eat This Instead: Get your omega-3s the way nature intended, from sustainable, contaminant-free seafood.

Grade a glutes

That glass of enriched milk? Just Most bottled waters are nothing more than tap water that has supposedly gone through workout filtration processes. However, independent testing of bottled water conducted by the Environmental Working Group has found that popular brands contain, on average, 8 different contaminants, ranging from bacteria to fertilizer residues to carcinogenic disinfection by-products, some that exceed legal limits for tap water.

Drink This Instead: Drink tap water, and contact your local water supplier for your annual water quality report. It will tell you if there are any pollutants that could be removed by a filter, which is body cheaper than buying hundreds of bottles. The Gimmick: This is a classic move in the juice trickery playbook: Use inexpensive fake food dyes—not actual fruit juice—to give the liquid an appealing color.

The color comes from artificial dye Red 40, which has been linked to hyperactivity and other behavioral problems in some. Eat This Buffie Eat actual fruit for a fiber-rich boost that will help you avoid an unhealthy spike in blood sugar and leave you feeling full longer. When you want an occasional juice, look for an organic brand like R.

The Gimmick: Marketers use scare tactics to trick you into buying the vitamin-D-loaded drink. Touted as a delicious drink deed to provide all the benefits of vitamin D without the harmful effects of being outside, this drink is loaded with vitamin D, a bone-strengthening, immune-boosting hormone that you can get much cheaper in supplement form, or by eating vitamin D-rich foods, like pastured eggs. As a general rule of thumb, avoid food and drinks making health claims, including ones that promise to boost your brainpower.

Eat This Instead: Opt for natural mood boosters, such as dark chocolate, asparagus, or cherry tomatoes.

Recent members

Robinette

Home New Posts Trending Featured.
More

Ailey

Buffie quickly racked up video spots, magazine spre, product endorsements and hosting gigs.
More