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1 hour ago by Anonymous Orange

What to expect during the first month ✨
Your baby will need lots of sleep, but they also need to eat frequently. So, they’ll sleep in bursts ranging from about 20 minutes to 4 hours before they’re ready to eat again. Their awake windows (time spent awake between sleeps) will be quite short, less than an hour in a lot of cases. Most of this time will be spent feeding and changing their nappy/diaper, so don’t worry about keeping them up for “play”time. This will naturally start to occur as they get older and can tolerate being awake for longer. Babies are born with immature sleep/wake cycles. This means they don’t know day from night, so it might feel like your little one is nocturnal 🌙 sleeping most of the day and up more at night 🥱 Your baby is adjusting to life outside the womb, so you might also find that they are happier and sleep longer when on you 🤗 These early weeks are exhausting, yes. But, it doesn’t last forever 💕 How old is your little one? Or are you expecting in the new year?
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SUPER HEALTHY WALNUT CAKE❤️ That cake we all love!
❇️Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 cup of xylitol 2 tablespoons butter or coconut oil 2 tablespoons of natural yogurt 1 cup almond flour 1/2 cup oat bran 50g chopped walnuts 1 tablespoon powdered yeast ❇️Preparation Method: Beat the whites in snow and book. Then put the yolks in the mixer and add, the xylitol and the butter, beat until it becomes a cream. Add the yogurt, flours and beat just to mix. Turn off the mixer and mix the chopped nuts, whites and yeast. Grease a small mold (I used it 10cm high and 15cm in diameter) you can also use an English cake, or a round cake of approx. 20 cm that also works (just to avoid a cake that is too low). Take to preheated oven at 180° until golden. ❇️Coverage: 1 pot of light cream cheese 100g chopped walnuts 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup of xylitol 2 tbsp coconut milk powder or zero lactose (optional) Beat everything in the mixer leaving the nuts last.
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1 day ago by Anonymous Orange

Food freedom awaits you on the other side..
Sugar is a delicious but addictive drug. I’ve had people tell me they had an easier time quitting alcohol and tobacco then sugar. And if you think you’re not addicted to sugar, but you “can’t live without” bread or any starchy food, that’s still 100% sugar when it’s digested. There is nothing to be ashamed of. Most of us have or had that problem at some point. What matters is what we do with this problem. If sugar was harmless, I’d be the first to eat it regularly, but sugar is sweet and deadly, but it kills you slowly. We are hard wired evolutionary to seek out sweet food in nature because it used to be very rare, so getting access to such excess energy, meant the difference between surviving winters or risking dying from starvation. Our modern food is loaded with sugar. Food companies took advantage of the addictive nature of sugar to drive profit selling us nothing but addictive junk that you can’t stop eating. Where do you start? 1. You have to admit to yourself that you have a problem with sugar and that your health is suffering because of it. 2. You decide that you WILL quit sugar. 3. You design your life to minimize exposure to it in your home environment. You have to abstain to have a chance. 4. When you relapse, you have to try again and again. For some, including myself, once we kick the addiction and our body heals and tastebuds reset, sugar stops having a hold on us. I can now have something sweet on occasions and never overdo it. I feel in control to stop after a few bites and getting satisfied before I pay the price. You CAN quit sugar! You MUST quit sugar if you have any metabolic health issues.
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