I could get used to this. @da_jenks
now that a lot of my fear of heights seems to have subsided, i REALLY wanna try rockclimbing again!
Honestly, I don’t go out for coffee unless I absolutely have to because they all use syrups and it’s just cheaper to make it myself. If you want that special drink with the different tastes, they have to use syrup. And yes syrup is mainly sugar. Unless you just get black coffee or tea without additives, then they’re using something of the sort. And at that point, might as well make it at home. Save you time and money.
Now as for coffee bean vs Starbucks, I think (and I’m not sure so don’t quote me) that the bean is slightly better for you. But to be honest I have no evidence to support that.
Why couldn’t this be the version instead of Demi?
SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE THAT HEARS THAT LITTLE BIT OF ‘Do You Wanna Build A Snowman?’ AT THE END!
I want you to imagine a ten year old version of yourself sitting right there on this couch. Now this is the little girl who first believed that she was fat, and ugly, and an embarrassment.
This is groundbreaking
this is my third time rebloging this today. this is so important.
I cried my eyes out whilst watching this scene. It was like he was talking to me.
look a bit different in the ol’ bikini this year! ☀️👙
Cancun April 2013 - Sharm El Sheikh March 2014
It could be healthier. Generally, their salads and burrito bowls are the healthiest (again if you choose carefully).
If you really wanted to, you could go on Chipotle’s website and calculate your meals.
For example, the one you listed here: Pros- good amount of fiber, no trans fats, good source of vitamin A and iron. Cons- lots of calories, A LOT of fat (even though it’s mainly good fat, that’s still a lot), lots of cholesterol, A SHITTON of sodium, BUNCHES of carbs.
If you’re the type to get obsessive, I would try to stay away form counting calories. Your mental health is much more important than your physical health… Although they go hand in hand, you don’t want mental stress taking over your physical stress-reliving potential. It’s not absolutely necessary to count calories. Just make sure you’re eating healthy foods. In fact, just counting calories wont guarantee you’re eating healthy. Someone can eat for example 1500 calories of fruits, veggies, grains, beans, choice of protein, etc or they can eat 1500 calorie of mcdonalds, ice cream, and cookies. They’re still eating the proper amount of calories for them, but the foods themselves aren’t healthy. So in short, you really don’t need to count your calories, just make sure you’re eating enough and eating healthy.
Now, as for losing weight without damaging muscles, the main thing to concentrate on is eating enough. Most people with an obsessive personality over health think they’re eating too much, when in fact they are eating too little. A lot of people believe that 1200 calories is the magic number, which is mostly a myth. A very very small percentage of people can safely eat 1200 calories a day and have their body still run efficiently. If you eat too little, your body will eat your muscles for energy. So eat enough and strength train and you wont have to worry too much about losing muscle. Yes, you will have to eat protein, but that’s not as much of a factor as eating enough and strength training. The reason being, the average person eats 3x more than the daily recommended amount of protein anyway…. just a fun tip ;)
It can be, however the average meal one gets there isn’t. If you choose your ingredients carefully, it can be.