I think it's hilarious that you can see at my hair when I'm sick. I also think it sucks that I seem to be sick for weeks now. Yesterday and today I have been sleeping the whole time cause I feel exhausted. I just forced myself to walk to the store and that's the only exercise I got in 2 days. It's not that I'm sick that gets me down it's that I don't know what's wrong. Now I'll go back on the couch and I hope I'll be able to hit the gym tomorrow again! .
Boa tardee 😄 a pedidos está aqui a receita do Bolinho de cenoura fofo e fit💜
Bolinhos de cenoura ✏
1 cenoura media
2 cs de farinha de coco (ou de amêndoas)
1+1/2 cs de óleo de coco
1 cs de leite de coco
2 cs de xylitol
1 cs de água
1 col de café de fermento em pó
Bata no liquidificador a cenoura (lavada, descascada e em pedaços haha), os ovos, o óleo de coco, o leite de coco, a água e o xylitol.
Depois passe para um recipiente e misture aos poucos a farinha de coco, por último o fermento. Coloque em forminhas de silicone, aquelas próprias para cupcake, coloque as forminhas em uma forma de alumínio e leve ao forno pré aquecido a 255°C por uns 25 min.
Rende 6 forminhas.
Good morning, friends! Did you know that September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? That according to the American Cancer Society, in 2016 there were over 22,280 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed and 14,240 women died of ovarian cancer in the United States.
Did you also know that the risk of developing ovarian cancer gets higher with age? Ovarian cancer is rare in women younger than 40. Most ovarian cancers develop after menopause. Half of all ovarian cancers are found in women 63 years of age or older.
That woman diagnosed when they are younger than 65 do better than older women. If ovarian cancer is found, treated, and not given the opportunity to metastasize outside the ovary, patients can experience a 5-year survival rate of over 92%. Unfortunately, only 15% of all ovarian cancers are found at this treatable, early stage.
Later stages of the illness can manifest itself as a loss of appetite, weight loss, pain in the abdomen or pelvis, bloating, change in bowel habits, fluid in the abdomen, indigestion, nausea, or unexplained fatigue.
Early stages of Ovarian Cancer often have no symptoms at all. Making early diagnosis all the more important for all women in your life. Including yourself. Currently, @consumersafetywatch is teaming up with the Syracuse, NY non-profit, Hope for Heather, whose proceeds go to national ovarian cancer research foundations.
If you’d like to make a donation for national research efforts, feel free to visit their donation page here: http://www.hopeforheather.org/donations.htm
And if you'd like to learn more information on early Ovarian Cancer diagnosis or to find a physician or clinic in your area be sure to check out the @americancancersociety here: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/ovarian-cancer.html
Remember ladies, early detection is key! Self-care includes reproductive health too!