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Last day at my home gym today 
Im a dork! 

3 mile high intensity sprint, incline, jog 
Followed by arms and abs and some inner and outer thigh
Sep 1, 2014 / 1 note

Last day at my home gym today
Im a dork!

3 mile high intensity sprint, incline, jog
Followed by arms and abs and some inner and outer thigh

Lunch was saladworks! 

Half salad half sandwich

salad was spring mix topped with tomatoes, chick peas, carrots, cucumbers,apple slices, and egg whites. 

Sandwich was chicken and roasted red peppers mm
Sep 1, 2014

Lunch was saladworks!

Half salad half sandwich

salad was spring mix topped with tomatoes, chick peas, carrots, cucumbers,apple slices, and egg whites.

Sandwich was chicken and roasted red peppers mm

Sep 1, 2014 / 5,542 notes

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moonwane-wolfsbane:

Herbal Sun Tea
In the south, we love our sweet tea, but with all of the sugar that it takes to make it as delicious we like it, we are risking many blood disorders and diseases. 
I’m sure you’ve heard of sun tea. You just put tea bags in a pitcher with water and keep it outside in the sun to brew. It has a different taste than stove-brewed tea. 
Here’s some ideas to make your sun tea tasty and sweet that will keep you hydrated and satisfied with out all of that sugar.
Natural sugars are much healthier than artificial, so fruits are perfect to flavor tea. You have the classics like Peach, Lemon, and Raspberry. You can also do blueberry, strawberry, or whatever you like. A good way to do this is to freeze a cup of the fruit you are using (sliced) and put it in the pitcher when it’s time to brew. This will make it nice and cool and tasty. If it’s not sweet enough for you, freeze the fruit with sugar sprinkled a top and put that into the tea. It’s still a little less.
Even better than using fruit, is using herbs. Herbs like Chamomile, mint, Lavender, etc. are very healthy for you and can be very tasty. You could also add a sprig of herb to your fruit sun tea. This will give it a nice taste to replace the sugar that we in the south love so much.
Keep yourself hydrated with interesting combinations! Find your signature and experiment this summer and feel good.
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Aug 31, 2014 / 425 notes

moonwane-wolfsbane:

Herbal Sun Tea

In the south, we love our sweet tea, but with all of the sugar that it takes to make it as delicious we like it, we are risking many blood disorders and diseases.

I’m sure you’ve heard of sun tea. You just put tea bags in a pitcher with water and keep it outside in the sun to brew. It has a different taste than stove-brewed tea.

Here’s some ideas to make your sun tea tasty and sweet that will keep you hydrated and satisfied with out all of that sugar.

Natural sugars are much healthier than artificial, so fruits are perfect to flavor tea. You have the classics like Peach, Lemon, and Raspberry. You can also do blueberry, strawberry, or whatever you like. A good way to do this is to freeze a cup of the fruit you are using (sliced) and put it in the pitcher when it’s time to brew. This will make it nice and cool and tasty. If it’s not sweet enough for you, freeze the fruit with sugar sprinkled a top and put that into the tea. It’s still a little less.

Even better than using fruit, is using herbs. Herbs like Chamomile, mint, Lavender, etc. are very healthy for you and can be very tasty. You could also add a sprig of herb to your fruit sun tea. This will give it a nice taste to replace the sugar that we in the south love so much.

Keep yourself hydrated with interesting combinations! Find your signature and experiment this summer and feel good.

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