Bump to Buff

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Im learning how to juggle a new baby, puppies, laundry, family, friends, eating right, oh and going to the gym.
I encourage all moms that are trying to find time for themselves, and get fit. To embrace that making small changes everyday, will add up to huge results on the inside. Which, will turn you into that hot mama everyone is starring at on the playground !

Age: 26
Height: 5’7

highest weight: 175
lowest weight: 125
starting weight:175

current weight: 146 (10/31/11)

— 2 years ago with 1 note
Tiny Miss K: The Britney Spears Workout →



Okay-so about a year ago I was snooping around online looking for a Britney Spears-ish workout. Apparently this is her exact workout routine she followed when she was in her “prime” (I’m guessing the early 2000’s). I love it…but it takes me forever because I’m so out of shape, but after you…

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— 2 years ago with 5003 notes
Eat a big bowl of cookie dough-and yes your still on a healthy tip blog


1 1/2 cups chickpeas (1 can, drained) (250g) 1/8 tsp plus 1/16 tsp salt tiny bit over 1/8 tsp baking soda 2 tsp pure vanilla extract 1/4 cup nut butter (You can get away with using only 3 T. If you use peanut butter, it’ll have a very-slight “pb cookie dough” taste, so if you don’t want this, you can sub oil.) up to 1/4 cup nondairy milk (Start with 1 T, and add more as needed) Sweetener (add to taste, any sweetener you would like) 1/3 cup chocolate chips 2 to 3 T oats (or flaxmeal) (You can omit, but also omit the milk if you do)

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— 2 years ago with 2 notes

Chocolate-Banana “Ice Cream”
Freeze a banana, then combine with 2 tbsp cocoa powder and blend until smooth and creamy. Dairy-free, 110 calories. But most importantly: frigging delicious, because seriously dudes, bananas and chocolate were meant to be together <3

Chocolate-Banana “Ice Cream”

Freeze a banana, then combine with 2 tbsp cocoa powder and blend until smooth and creamy. Dairy-free, 110 calories. But most importantly: frigging delicious, because seriously dudes, bananas and chocolate were meant to be together <3

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— 2 years ago with 488 notes
Breakfast cookies: No butter, no sugar, no eggs, no flour


Great Breakfast cookies ! To grab on the go!
Breakfast cookies: No butter, no sugar, no eggs, no flour
1 1/2 cups regular rolled oats
1 cup coconut flakes
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon allspice
1/4 cup of almond meal
1/2 cup mixed nuts, finely chopped
1 cup dried fruit (I used 1/2 chopped dried dates, and 1/2 raisins)

3 ripe bananas, mashed
1/4 cup canola oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Preheat oven to 175C. Line baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a large bowl, combine rolled oats, almond meal, mixed nuts and coconut flakes. Stir in allspice and cinnamon. Add dried fruit and stir until well and evenly mixed. Make sure the dried fruit do not stick together in big batches.
In another bowl, combine canola oil, mashed banana and vanilla extract. Pour wet ingredients over dry ingredients and stir until well combined.

Take a large cookie cutter and press spoonfuls of the batter into it. Remove cookie cutter. Bake for about 20 minutes or until edges are golden brown.

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— 2 years ago with 11 notes
#cookies  #diets  #breakfast  #yummy 
The McRib is back


Guess what? The 500 calorie McRib sandwich is back! Hurrah!

Much like the Shamrock Shake, McDonald’s McRib sandwich is a seasonal menu item. Last month it made a grand reappearance. But weird factors are afoot with the McRib and its ingredients; as mentioned on the Hectic Gourmet, things aren’t what they appear to be with this culinary concoction.

First a little history on the McRib: it was introduced to the McDonald’s menu in 1981. The sandwich – consisting of what appears to be a ground pork patty, barbecue sauce, onions, and pickles – was developed by McDonald’s Executive Chef Rene Arend (who also fathered the Chicken McNugget back in 1979). Essentially, the McRib was a sequel to the McNugget: the sandwich was conceived because of the restaurant’s shortage of chickens due to the McNugget’s popularity. After poor sales, the McRib was removed from the McDonald’s menu in 1985. It was reintroduced in 1994 and has stayed on the McDonald’s rotation since as a seasonal menu item.

The McRib has generated a sizable cult following. But then again, so has Scientology – and there’s plenty of factual proof to put you off both of them.

Did you know that the McRib shares many of the same common ingredients as a yoga mat? According toTime, the McRib bun contains azodicarbonamide: a flour-bleaching agent that is most commonly used in the manufacture of foamed plastics like in gym mats and the soles of shoes. Essentially, the McRib could double as a Dr. Scholls foot pad. There’s more: azodicarbonamide is banned as a food additive in Europe and Australia, and is classified as a “respiratory sensitizer” that potentially contributes to asthma. Bon appetit!

But the yoga mat connection is one mere component of the McRib cacophony: the sandwich contains roughly 70 ingredients. Let’s look at the pork patty; it’s actually characterized as a “restructured meat product.” This tends to be comprised of pig heart, scalded stomach and tripe. When cooked together with salt and water, proteins are extracted and act as a form of “glue” that helps keep the reshaped “rib” meat together. Even though the McRib contains no bones, the patty is molded to resemble a miniature rack of ribs.

So if chomping down on a gym mat filled with pig heart and tripe – held together with glue – is your thing, then put on your best country gear and head down to McDonald’s! Hell, it worked for the Flintstones with their glorious Grand Poobah meal. Last one to McDonald’s is a McFossil (let’s hope fossils aren’t another ingredient in the McRib):

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— 2 years ago with 32 notes
#mcrib  #diet  #meat  #mccdonals 
Easy Healthy Stuffed Peppers


4 green bell peppers, tops removed, seeded 1 pound ground turkey 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup sliced mushrooms 1 cup fresh spinach 1 package of ready rice (I get the 90 sec rice, any flavor, I like rice pilaf) slices of Colby jack cheese Italian seasoning to taste garlic powder to taste salt and pepper to taste Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Place pepper in boiling water till tender In a skillet over medium heat, cook the turkey until evenly brown. Set aside. Heat oil in the skillet, and cook mushrooms, and spinach until tender. Return turkey to the skillet. Mix in garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Make rice Take peppers out of water Stuff the pepper.. I like to layer it rice, cheese (just alittle strip not the whole slice), turkey, repeat until filled, then top with the last of the cheese Bake until cheese has melted, serve with the rest of the rice on the side yummy !!

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— 2 years ago
No excuse! At home mini workout

This is a great mini workout, I do it while I’m still in my pj’s while the baby is having his morning nap ! 


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— 2 years ago with 35 notes
#workout  #home  #mini 
Treadmill Workout !!


Get that bottom high and tight !

This workout speed is a fast walk! You should be lunging forward with each step and really pumping your arms!

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— 2 years ago