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22 Feb 19
Soulara

Offering a rainbow of health-promoting nutrients, plant-based wholefoods can have you taking on the day with a renewed vigour – physically and mentally – all while giving you your glow back. You’ll be surprised at how many of these ingredients are already in your fruit bowl and pantry. 1. Turmeric A superfood that’s worthy of […]

22 Feb 19
Sine Virtus Sine Laus

Death is what makes living meaningful. It’s like a borrowed book. Sooner or later, you are going to return it. There’s this Latin phrase “Memento Mori”, which means everyone will die, and that is the truth. No one escapes death, but that doesn’t mean it is the end. Death is what makes us appreciate the […]

22 Feb 19
Articels

The bowel helps break down food so your body can absorb nutrients from it, then moves waste through the colon and out of the body through your stools. Keeping this process running smoothly helps reduce your risk of chronic digestive problems like constipation and bloating, and more serious conditions like bowel cancer. So what can […]

22 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

We all appreciate our partners. The warmth, love and companionship we get when we share a life with someone is one of the most rewarding things to be human, but living in the vicinity of someone can also have its uncomfortable moments …Sometimes your lover can shock you with the stupid things they say or […]

22 Feb 19
Bella Haga Farms

The last essential oil post was on lavender, which is considered the mother oil or Swiss Army knife of the EO tool box. Melaleuca, also known as tea tree oil, is pretty powerful in its own right. Like lavender, melaleuca has antimicrobial properties. Because of the turpinen-4-ol component of melaleuca, studies have shown the EO […]

22 Feb 19
Pugnacious1AAcne

The hot YuanYang drink is one of my favourite winter morning drink besides marshmallows hot chocolate; this drink was originally created in Hong Kong during the 70s and had been one of Hong Kong Fusion Restaurants’ best selling-hot drink for several decades! The ingredients : 1 L Hot Water 25g Ceylon Black Tea 25g Assam […]

22 Feb 19
East Farewell News

EAST FAREWELL NEWS Thursday, February 19, 1959   Vol. C712 LOCAL NEWS VALENTINES DAY SOCIAL ALWAYS A BIG HIT East Farewell – The weather was too cold and the streets were still icy but the Valentine’s Day Social got everyone out and about on Saturday night. No foul weather or dangerous ice was going to stop […]

22 Feb 19
bobbymgsk

QC #9: They harvested a garden & cooked. Eric: Green tomato & coconut soup & fresh veggies seasoned w/ paprika & honey powder Kelsey; Fried green tomatoes, pickled veggie salad & ricotta w/ dill, green onion & basil Michelle: Roasted radishes & chard w/ poached egg & fresh purslane w/ tomatoes Adrienne: Baby Summer squash […]

22 Feb 19
Archy news nety

Emotions have increased in recent episodes of NBC& # 39; S New Amsterdam. Changes abound in the personal life of the hospital and doctors. Max & # 39; s (Ryan EggoldThe chemo treatment takes a second place while the focus shifts to his colleagues and the many challenges they face in "The Foresaken". He is […]

22 Feb 19
Eitan Stern-Robbins z"l

21 February 2019 Daily Dozen Gratitude List #32 1. Being part of a writer’s group. Have not been for a very long time. I do my professional writing, and then work on various projects on my own. But now I am, and shared some pages from a project I’ve been working on, great to get […]

21 Feb 19

Parents, employees, and homemakers all need things stay sane.  You work SO hard, it’s time to cut you some slack. Here are 16 things that keep me sane as a working mom:   Coffee Yes, Coffee. #1. Need I say more? OH BUT I will. Every mombie out there knows that a day without coffee is […]

21 Feb 19
The Sun
SHE had spent her adult life trying fad diets but never found the motivation to make her weight-loss efforts last. Then Sam Cadwallader discovered she could save her husband Paul’s life by slimming herself down — and finally she had found the incentive to ditch the junk food for good. Before: Sam’s weight ballooned to 18st 10lb through adult life He had been diagnosed with ­kidney failure and urgently needed a transplant — and Sam was relieved to discover she was a ­perfect match to be the donor. But she weighed 18st 10lb, and doctors told her they couldn’t ­operate because she was obese. So the mum of four lost almost 7st, dropping from a dress size 24 to a 12, and on March 28 last year at Guy’s Hospital in South London she donated her kidney to builder Paul — saving his life. Sam, 35, from Minster, Kent, says: “I had always lacked the motivation to stick to diets and I went through adulthood continuously putting on weight. After: The mum found the motivation to drop to 12st 2lb after her husband’s illness “When we got the terrible news that Paul’s kidney was failing, my world fell apart. “But while it was a terrifying time for the family, it gave me the kick-start I needed to really change — and now I’m slimmer, healthier and have my husband still here with me.” Childminder Sam first met Paul when she was 17 and recalls: “We were childhood sweethearts and have been together ever since. “I was a size 12 when we met but my weight then crept up over the years and I was always conscious of it.” Sam Cadwallader and husband Paul with kids (L-R) Joshua, Harvey, Grace and James Sam was 18 when she had their first child Joshua, now 17, and she had their second son, James, four years later. In 2009 the couple had another child, Grace, but a year later Paul was diagnosed with the kidney ­disease focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, or FSGS. He lacked energy and often ­suffered aches and pains but was given medication to manage this. The couple married in 2012 and Sam says: “I got pregnant again and we had Harvey the following year. At this point I was a size 24.” [boxout headline=”Sam’s diet”]BEFORE Breakfast: Four slices of peanut butter on toast. Lunch: Ham sandwich, crisps, two choc bars. Dinner: Chicken pieces, baked beans and chips. Snacks: Ten biscuits a day, choc bar and crisps. AFTER Breakfast: Fruit and yogurt. Lunch: Tuna salad. Dinner: Salmon with mixed vegetables. Snacks: Two Slimming World Hi-fi bars. [/boxout] Her weight did not change for four years, until 2017. She says: “Paul’s health had ­deteriorated. He had to quit his job and could barely walk up the stairs. “He had a series of tests. His ­kidneys were failing and he urgently needed a transplant. “Paul’s family were tested but were not suitable as donors. I got tested and was a perfect match. “I cried with joy, but a doctor told me I couldn’t donate till I had lost at least 5st. Sam at Guy’s Hospital in South London where she donated her kidney to Paul “Paul would have to be put on dialysis and join a long waiting list for a transplant, getting weaker by the day. “I just smiled and said, ‘I can do it.’ There was no question. I signed up to my local ­Slimming World that same day. I weighed 18st 10lb.” At her last weigh-in before the operation, she was 13st 8lb, which meant she was eligible for surgery — and the transplant went ahead. Sam says: “It wasn’t an easy ride. I developed an infection afterwards, and it was painful for us both, but the main thing was that Paul recovered well. “I lost another stone and a half and I’m still going. I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing. Sam says: ‘I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing’ and ‘my ­husband is well and strong again’ [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “But best of all, my ­husband is well and strong again.” Paul, 37, who now helps with Sam’s childminding business, says: “If she had not given me a kidney, who knows how much longer I would be around? “I’ll be forever grateful to her, and I’m so proud.” [bc_video video_id=”5861024109001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Slimming World – How to make syn free spinach and potato curry”]
21 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
SHE had spent her adult life trying fad diets but never found the motivation to make her weight-loss efforts last. Then Sam Cadwallader discovered she could save her husband Paul’s life by slimming herself down — and finally she had found the incentive to ditch the junk food for good. Before: Sam’s weight ballooned to 18st 10lb through adult life He had been diagnosed with ­kidney failure and urgently needed a transplant — and Sam was relieved to discover she was a ­perfect match to be the donor. But she weighed 18st 10lb, and doctors told her they couldn’t ­operate because she was obese. So the mum of four lost almost 7st, dropping from a dress size 24 to a 12, and on March 28 last year at Guy’s Hospital in South London she donated her kidney to builder Paul — saving his life. Sam, 35, from Minster, Kent, says: “I had always lacked the motivation to stick to diets and I went through adulthood continuously putting on weight. After: The mum found the motivation to drop to 12st 2lb after her husband’s illness “When we got the terrible news that Paul’s kidney was failing, my world fell apart. “But while it was a terrifying time for the family, it gave me the kick-start I needed to really change — and now I’m slimmer, healthier and have my husband still here with me.” Childminder Sam first met Paul when she was 17 and recalls: “We were childhood sweethearts and have been together ever since. “I was a size 12 when we met but my weight then crept up over the years and I was always conscious of it.” Sam Cadwallader and husband Paul with kids (L-R) Joshua, Harvey, Grace and James Sam was 18 when she had their first child Joshua, now 17, and she had their second son, James, four years later. In 2009 the couple had another child, Grace, but a year later Paul was diagnosed with the kidney ­disease focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, or FSGS. He lacked energy and often ­suffered aches and pains but was given medication to manage this. The couple married in 2012 and Sam says: “I got pregnant again and we had Harvey the following year. At this point I was a size 24.” [boxout headline=”Sam’s diet”]BEFORE Breakfast: Four slices of peanut butter on toast. Lunch: Ham sandwich, crisps, two choc bars. Dinner: Chicken pieces, baked beans and chips. Snacks: Ten biscuits a day, choc bar and crisps. AFTER Breakfast: Fruit and yogurt. Lunch: Tuna salad. Dinner: Salmon with mixed vegetables. Snacks: Two Slimming World Hi-fi bars. [/boxout] Her weight did not change for four years, until 2017. She says: “Paul’s health had ­deteriorated. He had to quit his job and could barely walk up the stairs. “He had a series of tests. His ­kidneys were failing and he urgently needed a transplant. “Paul’s family were tested but were not suitable as donors. I got tested and was a perfect match. “I cried with joy, but a doctor told me I couldn’t donate till I had lost at least 5st. Sam at Guy’s Hospital in South London where she donated her kidney to Paul “Paul would have to be put on dialysis and join a long waiting list for a transplant, getting weaker by the day. “I just smiled and said, ‘I can do it.’ There was no question. I signed up to my local ­Slimming World that same day. I weighed 18st 10lb.” At her last weigh-in before the operation, she was 13st 8lb, which meant she was eligible for surgery — and the transplant went ahead. Sam says: “It wasn’t an easy ride. I developed an infection afterwards, and it was painful for us both, but the main thing was that Paul recovered well. “I lost another stone and a half and I’m still going. I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing. Sam says: ‘I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing’ and ‘my ­husband is well and strong again’ [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “But best of all, my ­husband is well and strong again.” Paul, 37, who now helps with Sam’s childminding business, says: “If she had not given me a kidney, who knows how much longer I would be around? “I’ll be forever grateful to her, and I’m so proud.” [bc_video video_id=”5861024109001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Slimming World – How to make syn free spinach and potato curry”]
21 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
SHE had spent her adult life trying fad diets but never found the motivation to make her weight-loss efforts last. Then Sam Cadwallader discovered she could save her husband Paul’s life by slimming herself down — and finally she had found the incentive to ditch the junk food for good. Before: Sam’s weight ballooned to 18st 10lb through adult life He had been diagnosed with ­kidney failure and urgently needed a transplant — and Sam was relieved to discover she was a ­perfect match to be the donor. But she weighed 18st 10lb, and doctors told her they couldn’t ­operate because she was obese. So the mum of four lost almost 7st, dropping from a dress size 24 to a 12, and on March 28 last year at Guy’s Hospital in South London she donated her kidney to builder Paul — saving his life. Sam, 35, from Minster, Kent, says: “I had always lacked the motivation to stick to diets and I went through adulthood continuously putting on weight. After: The mum found the motivation to drop to 12st 2lb after her husband’s illness “When we got the terrible news that Paul’s kidney was failing, my world fell apart. “But while it was a terrifying time for the family, it gave me the kick-start I needed to really change — and now I’m slimmer, healthier and have my husband still here with me.” Childminder Sam first met Paul when she was 17 and recalls: “We were childhood sweethearts and have been together ever since. “I was a size 12 when we met but my weight then crept up over the years and I was always conscious of it.” Sam Cadwallader and husband Paul with kids (L-R) Joshua, Harvey, Grace and James Sam was 18 when she had their first child Joshua, now 17, and she had their second son, James, four years later. In 2009 the couple had another child, Grace, but a year later Paul was diagnosed with the kidney ­disease focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, or FSGS. He lacked energy and often ­suffered aches and pains but was given medication to manage this. The couple married in 2012 and Sam says: “I got pregnant again and we had Harvey the following year. At this point I was a size 24.” [boxout headline=”Sam’s diet”]BEFORE Breakfast: Four slices of peanut butter on toast. Lunch: Ham sandwich, crisps, two choc bars. Dinner: Chicken pieces, baked beans and chips. Snacks: Ten biscuits a day, choc bar and crisps. AFTER Breakfast: Fruit and yogurt. Lunch: Tuna salad. Dinner: Salmon with mixed vegetables. Snacks: Two Slimming World Hi-fi bars. [/boxout] Her weight did not change for four years, until 2017. She says: “Paul’s health had ­deteriorated. He had to quit his job and could barely walk up the stairs. “He had a series of tests. His ­kidneys were failing and he urgently needed a transplant. “Paul’s family were tested but were not suitable as donors. I got tested and was a perfect match. “I cried with joy, but a doctor told me I couldn’t donate till I had lost at least 5st. Sam at Guy’s Hospital in South London where she donated her kidney to Paul “Paul would have to be put on dialysis and join a long waiting list for a transplant, getting weaker by the day. “I just smiled and said, ‘I can do it.’ There was no question. I signed up to my local ­Slimming World that same day. I weighed 18st 10lb.” At her last weigh-in before the operation, she was 13st 8lb, which meant she was eligible for surgery — and the transplant went ahead. Sam says: “It wasn’t an easy ride. I developed an infection afterwards, and it was painful for us both, but the main thing was that Paul recovered well. “I lost another stone and a half and I’m still going. I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing. Sam says: ‘I’m now a size 12 and feel amazing’ and ‘my ­husband is well and strong again’ [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “But best of all, my ­husband is well and strong again.” Paul, 37, who now helps with Sam’s childminding business, says: “If she had not given me a kidney, who knows how much longer I would be around? “I’ll be forever grateful to her, and I’m so proud.” [bc_video video_id=”5861024109001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Slimming World – How to make syn free spinach and potato curry”]