Weight Loss Tip: Be careful when packing perishable foods in your child's school lunchbox. Foods such as tuna, yogurt, or sandwiches made with mayonnaise should never be left out for more than 2 hours to avoid the growth of harmful bacteria. Send lunches in an insulated lunchbox, or opt for non-perishable foods just to be safe!
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UPDATE: +A Visakh brought to my notice that I made a slight confusion with regard to apple banana smoothie; it should be just apple smoothie there are no bananas in that smoothie. Really sorry about that goof up and that in the video I mentioned and titled apple banana smoothie. Apologies.
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1/2 cup water
1 tbsp flaxseeds
1/4 tsp cinnamon
Drink plenty of water, try to incude 20-30 mins walking….smile and be happy always 🙂
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