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Delicious Healthy Breakfast Smoothies - 21 grams of protein, full of fiber and antioxidants and two of these glasses is about 365 calories! #foodgawker

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Another pinner said: I drink one of these everyday!! "Green Monster Spinach Smoothies are one of my top secret diet weapons, because although they’re packed with baby spinach, which make my skin, hair, nails, and overall self feel totally great, they do not taste healthy at all. I repeat, they do not taste healthy at all"

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workout playlist

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10-Minute Workout For Tank Top Arms

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half marathon for beginners 10 week program

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DIY... Headband from an old tshirt w/o sewing...

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How to eat ridiculously well on a miniscule budget

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A must have for college!

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...Interesting way to save money.

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15 Foods that Boost Your Metabolism

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Highly Effective Natural Deodorant 1/3 cup Baking Soda 1/3 cup Cornstarch 4 tablespoons Coconut Oil (Organic, cold pressed) 1-2 drops Lavender Oil or Tea Tree Oil (This is optional and just for an added scent. Without scented oils, this mix still has a great, yet very light coconut scent).

Sugar Bananas!: Highly Effective Natural Deodorant

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How to Make Your Dorm the Hangout ---- 1. In terms of decorating, try and remain gender neutral. Ladies, no guys wants to hang out in a room that looks like a pieces of sugar free bubblegum and guys, the girls might be a little freaked out if you have your college mascot splashed across your pillowcase. 2. Seating is limited – your bed might turn into a makeshift couch. Make sure it’s comfortable by investing in an egg crate and some cool throw pillows. Throw pillows are essential – you don’t want peoples sweaty hands playing around with where you lay your head at night. 3. Set the mood with some different lighting. Floor lamps, desk lamps, and clip-on lights are all easy and cheap ways to do this. Flip off the fluorescent lights and use that floor lamp (colored lampshades are always an interesting way to mix it up). 4. Make sure your floor mates know you have some snacks to spare. The most economical way to do this is keep the food you rarely eat on display and hide the candy (what they don’t know won’t hurt them). 5. Everybody likes to play DJ – keep your i-Pod out and easily accessible so you and your friends can karaoke to everyone’s favorite songs. 6. Like most other things in life, the bigger the TV the better. 7. Invest in some TV series on DVD (think Lost, Friends, 30 Rock) 8. Storage bins are your friend. No one wants to relax in a cluttered room. Use these to keep your things organized and out of the way. In a pinch, these bins can double as an extra place to sit. 9. Get a whiteboard to hang outside your door. Write your own messages, but always make sure there’s a marker available for others to leave little notes. 10. Keep your door open when you’re just hanging out or watching TV. This is a great way keep a fresh flow of traffic inside your room and meet new people.

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Scientists have recently discovered that our brain cells eat themselves when we go hungry. An excerpt from the article in the SJ Mercury News: "Rajat Singh and his colleagues at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in New York may be one step closer with a study published online this week in the journal Cell Metabolism." When Singh and his co-authors studied mice, they discovered that the brain cells responsible for controlling hunger, called AgRP neurons, started to consume small parts of themselves when the body had gone without food for several hours. That process, called autophagy, set off a chain reaction that boosted hunger proteins in the brain.

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Studying abroad in college can be an exciting opportunity to tour another country and immerse yourself in a culture much different than your own. This infographic done with Course Hero, looks at the money you’ll need for classes, housing, food, transportation, and more.

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$5 a Meal College Cookbook: Good Cheap Food for When You Need to Eat by Rhonda Lauret Parkinson

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"real good cheap fast food"; great for my college kid budget.

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stretching your food dollars in college

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40 College Food Bloggers aka cheap recipes

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college food book ideas!

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Reasons to eat breakfast 1. HEALTHY EATING HABITS – It is well established that people who eat breakfast consume less fat and cholesterol and more vitamins, minerals, and fiber than people who skip breakfast. 2. WEIGHT MANAGEMENT – the National Weight Control Registry reported that people who eat breakfast have an easier time managing their weight than people who skip breakfast. 3. PORTION CONTROL – In general, people who eat breakfast have an easier time controlling their caloric intake throughout the day than those who don’t. 4. REDUCED RISK OF DIABETES – A report by the American Heart Association showed that people who eat breakfast are significantly less likely to develop diabetes than people who skip breakfast. 5. MORE ENERGY – A healthy breakfast can provide your body with the nutrients that you need to stay energized for several hours. 6. FITNESS – It is believed that people who eat breakfast have more energy and therefore may participate in more physical activity than people who skip breakfast. 7. FOCUS – According to the American Dietetic Association, people who eat breakfast have an easier time focusing and are more productive throughout the morning than people who skip breakfast. 8. MEMORY – Eating breakfast improves memory and learning. 9. BETTER MOOD – Skipping breakfast can make you feel grumpy and fatigued throughout the day. Taking just 10 minutes to eat something in the morning can really improve your mood. 10. BE A GOOD ROLE MODEL – Help your children to develop healthy eating habits at an early age by encouraging them to eat breakfast. If they see you eating breakfast, they are more likely to eat breakfast

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Track your food and physical activity intake!

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