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  • v HONEYBEE56
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    Hi! It's been awhile since I popped in so I thought I'd see how you were doing!

    Great job on the weight ticker! I see you have lost since I last visited you! Woohoo! Keep up the good work!

    I just seen a short reminder on drinking water to squelch the munchies! I know we all know about that, but it's always worth a reminder.

    People often mistake thirst for hunger. Next time you get hungry, try downing a eight ounce glass of water and see if that doesn't quell the food cravings or even help rid a head ache!

    Also the best "munching foods" are high-water foods like cucumbers, lettuce, zucchini, oranges, peaches, strawberries and watermelon.

    Hope you have a great week.

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    3641 days ago
  • v HONEYBEE56
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    emoticon Just popping in to wish you a happy week! emoticon

    Here's some food for thought I found...

    According to the EWG, the following produce contains the most pesticides:
    Strawberries, Bell peppers (green and red), Spinach, Cherries, Peaches, Celery, Apples, Apricots, Domestic, blueberries, Nectarines, Imported grapes, Kale, & Potatoes

    The following is a list of produce containing the least amount of pesticides:
    Onions, Asparagus, Sweet peas, Sweet corn, Cabbage, Eggplant, Sweet potatoes, Pineapple, Mango, Avocado, Kiwi, Domestic cantaloupe, Watermelon, Grapefruit, & Honeydew

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Dusty
    3678 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/10/2010 1:55:07 PM
  • v HONEYBEE56
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    Have a super 4th of July and remember safety first!

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    3686 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/2/2010 8:33:22 PM
  • v HONEYBEE56
    Just popping in to say "Hi" and share some valuable information that you may or may not already know! If you know it already then pass it on to someone else cuz it's great info.

    I knew Almonds were good for you...but I didn't know how good!
    Just 1/4 cup of almonds contains nearly 25% of your needed daily value of the important nutrient magnesium, plus is rich in potassium, manganese, copper, the antioxidants vitamin E and selenium, and calcium (Almost as much calcium as a quarter cup of milk).

    Almonds are good for the colon and the best nut for lowering cholesterol because 70 percent of the fat they contain is the healthy monounsaturated variety (which has been shown to help unclog arteries).

    I hope you are having a great week and things are going well for you. Let me know how things really are going for you.


    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Dusty
    3695 days ago
  • v HONEYBEE56
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    Greetings!

    I thought I'd drop by just to see how you are doing and to share some info on rice.

    Two kinds of rice -- brown and half-milled rice -- may reduce the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure by interfering with a protein a protein known as angiotensin II that contributes to high blood pressure and clogged arteries. For more info on this article please check out the following link.

    http://www.vitacost.com/Brown-Rice-Tied-
    to-Better-Heart-Health-in-Study?csrc=E
    M-FYH20100520:article5

    Hey...congratulations on having lost pounds since I last noticed your weight ticker! Good job!

    I hope this week has being going well for you. Keep on keeping on!
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Dusty
    3729 days ago
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