Hoje eu tive uma palestra beeem legal!Foi com o Tere Laerdal, ele é dono da empresa Laerdal que fábrica os bonecos para a área de simulação clínica. Na minha faculdade possui esses bonecos e eu ja estive mexendo algumas vezes com eles. Hoje ele foi mostrar como a empresa foi criada e como esses bonecos estava ajudando a melhorar a mortalidade em países como Tailândia, Maui e entre outros. Eles tem um projeto com esses bonecos e que ajudam na pratica de profissionais da área da saúde e de algumas mães que procuram ajuda nesses projetos. Eles simulam vários casos importantes como ataque cardíaco, problemas na respiração de recém-nascidos e etc. Ele contou que ja foi reduzido um grande número de mortes após o uso desse produto! A palestra foi inteira em inglês e eu consegui entender praticamente ela inteira YAY 😍🙆Foi minha primeira experiência com palestras assim e eu estava doida pra ir em alguma e testar meu inglês rsrs.
É isso, hoje foi uma palestra surpresa kkk pois não sabia que estava no cronograma mas foi bem interessante !😊📚
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“My poses as they are displayed on Instagram are not meant to be prescriptions for anyone and everyone who happens to be following me. I’ve been practicing long enough that I know what works for my body; I can’t really know what works for yours unless we spend some time together figuring it all out. Many years ago, a lot of yoga teachers were arguing that flexibility training was going to ruin the bodies of everyone who practiced it. I did some reading and decided I would lay off my intense back bending practice even though I wasn’t experiencing any pain as a result of it. I stuck with my handstands and basic sequencing. I started spinning. Within a few months, my lower back started hurting. Eventually I stopped spinning, suspecting that that might have been the culprit. Nothing changed. Finally, I returned to flexibility training, slowly working up to my deep back bends again. Within a couple months, my back pain subsided. The moral of the story: take the opinions of others into consideration, but know that no one can truly understand what it’s like to live in your specific skin. With that knowledge, feel empowered to decide what’s right for you. I’m feeling especially grateful to be back in the city and training in such a way that makes my body feel its very best. #knowyourself#healyourself.” Repost @kiley.holliday .
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Made up a quick plant based lunch for a client and myself yesterday after we had spent time together doing some a.m. meal prep (I’ll post the chili we made on the next post)
These salad wraps hit the spot along with small side of sliced pear. .
Scroll though pix to see what I added to the chopped Kale salad mix. I had the quinoa already made up and chilled in the fridge for the week so it was a snap to add it as the protein to this dish. To make that filling for the wraps I used about half of the bagged salad mix, about 2 cups of quinoa, some fresh organic cilantro, half of an orange pepper, 1/2 an english cucumber, and 1 tbsp of the dried cranberry and pumpkin mix that comes with the kale salad mix. I also dice these two up so a little goes a long way because dried cranberries have a lot of sugar so the less you use the better and a the little bits give this dish some pop without overwhelming it with sweet 👌🏽 For the dressing I use about 1.5 Tbsp of the poppyseed dressing given in the pack and 1 Tbsp of organic Olive Oil then whisk in the following ingredients to taste
Dried sweet basil
spicy horseradish mustard
white wine vinegar
Apple cider vinegar
Flavorgod sweet and tangy seasoning
Fresh lemon juice
A pinch of both Black pepper & pink salt .
Pour over salad and mix throughly until completely coated .
Making simple meals with great flavor while keeping the sugars and fats to a minimum is where it’s at. You want the most out of your foods in the way of nutrients, fiber and flavor without all the added unnecessary calories, those you save up for a splurge meal when it’s time for one ☝🏼....
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My good friend, @nickkrantzfit nails it on this one, as he always does. Checkout the #repost below
📚 Ways to De-Stress🍷
Purposeful rest and recovery. It’s an important part of the fitness equation. Yet it’s the one most of us neglect. Building in restful, parasympathetic activities will help keep stress in its place. 🤗
When stress is chronically high and the adrenal glands continue to pump our cortisol and adrenaline, our “non-critical” functions are inhibited – things like digestion, liver metabolism and detoxification, cellular repair, immune function, and reproduction. 😐
💪🏻Workout/Meditation - Working out is hands down my favorite way. Getting lost in the iron therapy, mind muscle connection, great tunes & hard work. I have not tried mediation but I’ve heard amazing things and want to get into it!
📖 Get Lost In a Book- Reading in a quiet spot 30 minutes before bed can help destress prior to your optimal rest time 😴
🍷 A Glass of Vino - My personal favorite of red wine, always is a great way to relax with dinner and drift off into bed afterwards.
🛀 Bath & Candles 🎂- Tackle your inner child, hop in the tub and just relax whether it’s bubbles or Epson salt! Enjoy the relaxation!
Down below, let me know what’s your favorite form of de-stressing!
DEAL ALERT! Beginning this Thursday (10/25) you can head to CoreLife Eatery in Wilkes-Barre and mention DiscoverNEPA to receive 25% off the purchase of a One Bowl/One Beverage Combo meal. Visit the deals section on our website for more redemption info. Link in profile. 🍲 #DiscoverNEPA
Definitely not squashing my food’s potential over here!
Inspired by @abbysfoodcourt , I gave a second life to the goopy seeds from my butternut squash.
For Day 23 of #sunflowersustainability I’m reiterating the potential of revitalizing food scraps.
From bone broth to cookies, you can squeeze them for all they’re worth!
Challenge for you: Just switch up your mindset. Take a second to get creative and think about what you could do with those lemon rinds or carrot tops or whatever you have lying around. 🍂🎃
Carving pumpkins or roasting squash?
Maybe give these MAPLE PUMPKIN GRANOLA CLUSTERS a shot!
- gloopy seeds from roasted butternut squash
- leftover almond pulp
- 1 cup oats
- 1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
- 2 tbsp pumpkin purée - 1/4 cup @crazyrichardspb almond butter
- 1/4 cup @dignitycoconuts oil
- 1/3 cup maple syrup
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tbsp pumpkin pie spice
- 1/2 tsp cloves
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/3 cup ground flax
- 1/2 cup shredded coconut
1. Mix together the squash seeds, pumpkin seeds, almond pulp, and oats.
2. Over low heat, melt together the almond butter, oil, maple syrup, vanilla, and spices.
3. Pour fragrant mixture over the dry ingredients and stir until coated.
4. Sprinkle in the flax and coconut and stir.
5. Press onto a baking sheet and bake at 325 degrees for 15 minutes.
6. Stir, and bake again for 25-ish minutes.
7. Let it cool completely and the break into clumps. *I enjoyed some with cinnamon roasted squash wedges, greek yogurt, and of course extra cinnamon!
Take care of your gut and it will take care of you!
To continue with the theme of your diet being more than just calories
I’m looking to other foods to include in my diet.
Last week was more plants this week is more Fermented foods.
Fermented foods are great because they have loads of probiotics or ‘good bacteria’ in them which grow in the fermentation process.. -
Here’s my thoughts on keifer
Do you include fermented foods in your diet? If so, what?
That white splodge on my cheek isn’t bad highlighter, or a scar, or a magical teardrop.. it’s just a smudge on the mirror. —————————————————
Today has been sooo much fun!! I have spent the afternoon shooting with the fabulous @tamsinlouisephotography in a hidden gem in London which is honestly a photographers dream 😍 (and mine haha). I absolutely looove discovering new photographers and have been wanting to shoot with her for a while so I’m super pleased we finally did 🤗 Cannot wait to see the final edits which I’m sure you all will have the pleasure of seeing too! X
5 146an hour ago
How much for a Saucy Affair?
You happily pay £2 for a food to go snack or £2.50 on a beer, £2.95 on a coffee, £6.00 on a G&T... There’s a Raw Sauce, like no other, that will transform your family evening meal (4 servings per bottle) in moments into a nutritious and delicious performance,
4 restaurant rated meals for under £10!
Use raw to dress your salad, pimp up your pasta, sound out your sandwich... (8-10 servings per bottle) once will opened last you over a week
You won’t find us down the ambient aisle, we’re fresher than that 😉... we need chilling... You can’t compare us to your average cooking sauces, ketchups or mayos in terms quality, ingredients, and usage
A Saucy Affair is £3.50, Saucesome value if you consider the goodness that goes into them, and the efforts we go to to keep them fresh and the #nasties out
What’s more is you can’t put a price on the time you save to spend on the people and things you love! 😍
Trust me, try it, you will taste and experience the value of a Saucy Affair... PS - They’re on offer at #sainsburys 😉
•THE JOY OF BEING A NIGHT SHIFT WORKER 🏥• One of the hardest things about being a hospital doctor is getting used to shift work, especially at night. Even after many years of night shifts, I’m still terrible at reversing my body clock and always feel pretty awful as a result. The one thing I do though is make sure I eat well even if I don’t sleep that well. I got in at 11am today and knocked up this pizza omelette inspired by @rhitrition that I had with a side of spinach and a chunky slice of sourdough.
My other tips to anyone wanting to survive night shifts are:
🌟 Carry water
🌟 Keep snacks on you such as nuts
🌟 Make a batch of energy balls pre-nights and pop one in when you need a little pick me up!
Oh and my final tip...don’t have kids on half term if you value sleep....😆😵
Quick healthy meal but blooming tasty! Took 20mins. Cut sweet potato fries, chopped veg. Oven cooked fries, steamed veg.
Then on to the fillet steak (i know treating myself🤗). Pinch of salt and pepper, seared each side for 2mins, hen 5 mins each side on low heat for medium, less time for rare and more for well done. Add your choice of sauce and voila!
You can too!
WELCOME TO EARTHYCFITNESS!🏋
I am a 19 year old vegan health & fitness blogger & recipe creator from the UK!
My main instagram account is: @earthychloe
I am studying Nutrition, Fitness & Health at Plymouth University in the UK and I am in my 2nd year.
On this page I will be sharing my fitness journey and workout videos!💪
We are heading back to Clemson from FNCE today, but I had the best time and I learned so so much! I met so many great people that love nutrition as much as I do! I hope to be able to share my experiences with y’all soon 😊 but here is a pumpkin chocolate banana donut recipe using my @vonshef.us air fryer! .
Ingredients: 1 mashed ripe banana, 1/2 cup of almond flour, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon of @madhavasweet coconut sugar, 1 teaspoon of @cbdsuperfood dark chocolate coconut oil melted, 1/3 cup of canned pumpkin purée, 1/2 teaspoon of @traderjoes pumpkin pie spice, and dash of @simplyorganicfoods cinnamon!
Directions: mix all ingredients together in a medium sized bowl and scoop into @vonshef.us mini donut maker. They literally take about 3-4 mins to bake and then I topped them with @micheles_granola pumpkin spice granola, drizzle of @wild_friends peanut butter and @traderjoes cacao nibs.
De la familia del mamey. También se le conoce como fruta “pudín de chocolate.” Es una fruta tropical originaria de México.
Y seguro la conoces: es el zapote negro.
Tiene tremendas propiedades. Con solo 111 calorías por pieza, el zapote negro es rico en potasio y magnesio, fósforo, carbohidratos, proteína, calcio, fibra y vitaminas A y C, un mínimo de grasa y absolutamente nada de colesterol. Por eso, es muy bueno para el corazón y la salud en general.
Es un boost natural de energía y un fortalecedor del sistema inmunológico. Combate el insomnio. Antiedad y antioxidante. Mejora la digestión y favorece a la pérdida de peso. Es también un antiséptico natural; es muy bueno tomarlo para las infecciones de garganta. Por la cantidad de nutrientes que contiene, el zapote negro ayuda al balance hormonal y a disminuir los niveles de estrés y depresión.
¿Imaginabas encontrar todo en esta pequeña fruta? No hay duda que éstas son las medicinas de la naturaleza.
Puse a hervir 1 litro y medio de agua con canela. Dejé enfriar y licué una pieza de zapote negro sin semillas y el jugo de 6 mandarinas. No tiene azúcar añadida. Se disfruta mejor fría. .