Keto Chocolate Pudding

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I made this the other day and it was so decadent. My husband and son loved it too. I will be making this more often. I am at the moment not doing keto. Only if I need to drop some fat. I have great news I am a Herbalife Distrubutor. I can help you with your weightloss journey. I am fitness coach and a diet coach. I have seen amazing results. Their shakes and supplements are amazing. Below is a link to my website. Check it out!
INGREDIENTS8oz Cream Cheese1 cup Heavy Creamy1/2 cup Lakanto Powdered Sweetener1 tsp Vanilla extract3 tbsp Cocoa powder, unsweetenedChocZero Bark for garnish, optional INSTRUCTIONSIn a large bowl, whip heavy cream until firm peaks form.In separate large bowl, blend Lakanto powdered sweetener, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, and cream cheese.Combine together the whipped cream to the cream cheese mixture.Blend until well mixed.Chill in the refrigerator for about one hour

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My Review: Zue Botanicals

Hello Beauties! I love great clean and healthy skincare. I was sent Zue Botanicals Exfoliating Scrub and Restoring Night Cream. This is a brand that I came across on Instagram.  I have never heard about it but it has some great claims from IG reviewers and bloggers. Zue Botanicals Exfoliating Scrub is a gentle scrub with micro apricot seeds. Which mean they are only a small amount in the scrub and they are not harsh at all. It is a very hydrating scrub. It is very gentle compared the scrubs I like to use. So if you have sensitive skin this is perfect. What I love about this clean green company it is vegan, not tested on animals, no parabens, no petrolatum, no phthalates, no artificial ingredients, gluten free and has beautiful botanical ingredients in the scrub. The secret lies in their amazing ingredients… Rejuvenates And Improves
(Quinoa Seed Extract) Its plant-based peptides support skin’s ability to produce new, healthy collagen, which may improve elasticity and texture. Thanks to …

3 Ingredient Gut Healthy Soup

Serves 2 Ingredients 1 tablespoon avocado oil1 medium yellow onion, dicedFine-grain sea salt2 cups of frozen vegetables of choice (broccoli, peas, carrots, sweet potato, corn—anything you have on hand!)(I used raw cashews,leeks and zucchini)Vegetable broth or stock to coverOptional add-ins: fresh herbs, hulled hemp hearts, avocado, juice of 1 lemon or 1 lime Method Heat a medium-size pot over medium heat. Add avocado oil.When it shimmers, add the onion and a generous sprinkle of salt.Let cook until golden, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes.Add vegetable of choice, with just enough stock to cover. Let simmer over medium until vegetable is fork tender.Let cool slightly before transferring to a blender (you can also use an immersion blender directly in the pot). Add optional add-ins of choice and blend until smooth. Add additional salt to taste before dividing between two bowls and serving.

Test Your Limits Time Challenge Workout by 12 Minute Athlete

Workout equipment:

Workout type: Challenge Timer setting: Stopwatch Complete 3 rounds:
Burpee pull ups
10 Squat step overs
100 High knees
10 Handstand push ups OR Pike push ups
30 Jump lunges
15 Knees to elbows
25 V up in/outs Remember to click on the above highlighted exercise and it will lead you to the how to video. ~Tiffany

9 Vitamin Deficiencies That Show Up On Your Skin

Having good-looking and healthy skin requires a good skincare routine. This also includes nourishing your skin from the inside out. Leading unhealthy and unbalanced diet can lead to certain vitamin deficiencies which, in turn, will affect your skin.
The following are a few signs of vitamin deficiencies that show up on your skin: 1. Vitamin A deficiency: Skin dryness Vitamin A belongs to the group of fat-soluble vitamins, which helps in the maintenance and formation of healthy skin as well as soft tissues, mucous membranes, skeletal tissue, and teeth. Inadequate amounts of this vitamin can lead to scaly, dry lips, and dry skin. Animal sources of vitamin A include organic eggs, grass-fed meats, fortified meat products, and wild-caught fish. This vitamin is also abundant The body also can get vitamin A from carotenoids, antioxidant compounds that are abundant in vegetables and fruits. Foods that are rich in carotenoids include carrots, leafy green vegetables, sweet potatoes, peaches, apr…

Arroz Caldo Soup

2 tablespoons avocado oil 4 cloves garlic, minced 6 bone-in chicken thighs Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 small onion, minced One 1-inch piece of ginger, minced 3/4 cup jasmine rice  4 cups low-sodium chicken broth   Pinch of saffron, plus saffron threads saved for garnish or achoite 1 bay leaf, torn 2 tablespoons fish sauce, plus more for serving Juice of 1 lime, plus 1 lime cut into wedges, for serving 1/3 cup thinly sliced scallion greens

Cactuses in the Home

One plant that has plenty of aesthetic appeal is the cactus, a member of the succulent family. You will find so many decorating ideas with cactuses on Instagram, Pinterest and there is even a magazine, Cactus Magazine.  (I need to get me one again!)

When NASA needed a cheap and easy way to filter the air on space stations, they chose the most common houseplants at the time to test (snake plant, English ivy, pothos, etc. When they shared their findings, reporters wrote about the study but misinterpreted it as 'these are the only plants that filter the air' instead of 'all plants filter the air, but these are the only plants NASA had the time and budget to test.

 Just by the very nature of being alive, houseplants are going to help filter your air. Now that that's cleared up, let's take a moment to go over how to care for your cactus friends.


Cactuses are super-low-maintenance, and they can thrive just about anywhere. Since they're native …