Monthly Archives: March 2018

Lucali: Behind the Pizza with Alex Guarnaschelli | Food Network

Introducing the first episode of Fix Me a Plate, starring Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli! Alex visits Lucali, a famous Brooklyn neighborhood pizzeria that Jay-Z (and many others) calls the best in the city. Check back for a new episode every Wednesday! Subscribe to our channel to fill up on the latest must-eat recipes, brilliant kitchen hacks and content from your favorite Food Network shows. Watch free FULL EPISODES of Food Network shows: http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/full-episodes?soc=youtube Like Food Network on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoodNetwork Follow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetwork/ Follow […]

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April Fools’ Mac and Cheese

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Can Alcohol Cause Cancer?

If even light drinking can cause cancer, why don’t doctors warn their patients about it? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking directly support NutritionFacts.org). Yeah, but cancer is only killer #2. Killer #1 is heart disease, and so what about the French paradox? Doesn’t moderate drinking protect against cardiovascular disease? So isn’t it beneficial overall? That’s the exactly the question […]

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Spring Slim Down Challenge 2018 is HERE!

Yes girl yes! It’s HERE. The 2018 LSF Spring Slim Down Challenge starts Monday, April 2nd and you DON’T want to miss it! It’s free to sign up, join in with us today! https://bit.ly/2GjgHEI You’ll get 4 weeks of incredible body sculpting workouts, new spring inspired recipes & the support & motivation of thousands of girls in the LSF community! Plus, you can win a $500 shopping spree to Fabletics and loads of other prizes just for joining in! It’s 100% FREE to join so commit to […]

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Hacking Your Hair Growth Cycle

Learn it, live it, grow it. To begin with, you’re born with a set number of hair follicles on your head. Interestingly enough, this number varies by hair color. Blondes have about 150,000 follicles while brunettes have 110,000 and redheads have 90,000. Typically, each hair follicle will produce 25 to 30 hairs in its lifetime. Here’s the journey each individual strand goes through in the hair growth cycle along with some tips for maximizing your hair growth. The Phases of Hair Growth The Anagen Phase This is […]

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New Finds

^^One of the prettiest Birchboxes to date! I am obsessed with this Love Beauty & Planet shampoo and conditioner they sent me. The smell! That long-lasting lipstick is pretty awesome too. I stumbled upon this website advertising a new feminine product, which is one of my new finds this week. It’s kind of like a cross between the Diva Cup and the Nuvaring. I have loved using the Diva Cup, but there are a few drawbacks, such as the mess of re-using the cup and having to sanitize […]

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Easy & Natural Ways to Improve Your Skin

Your skin covers up all the important things inside your body, so you should take good care of it, right? Sometimes it can be hard to know how we can best take care of our skin. There’s always a new product that claims to be able to solve all your skin problems. I don’t have the time or money to try out all these products, so I look for natural ways to improve my skin! I’ve always had a lot of acne and dry skin, especially around […]

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6 Signs You’re Eating Too Much Sugar

Got a sweet tooth? You can thank mom and dad: Some research suggests that a preference for sugar maybe programmed in our DNA. Unfortunately, excess sugar is more than just a preference for the sweet stuff. It’s a health risk. On average, Americans consume more than 24 teaspoons of sugar every day. That translates to more than 350 calories from sugar alone. In 2009, the American Heart Association entered the great added sugar debate, adding their own recommendations for intake: 100 calories per day for women and […]

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