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Low Fat Peanut Butter Raisin SpreadIngredients3/4 cup raisins1 cup applesauce1 tablespoon ground cinnamon1 cup natural creamy peanut butterDirections   1. Put the raisins, applesauce, and cinnamon in a small saucepan and bring to boil; reduce heat to medium and simmer for eight to 10 minutes or until raisins have plumped up.   2. Place mixture in a food processor. Add the peanut butter and pulse until smooth.   3. Spread onto whole wheat crackers, bread, fruit slices, or celery sticks.Makes 1 3/4 cups of spread.

Low Fat Peanut Butter Raisin Spread

Ingredients

3/4 cup raisins
1 cup applesauce
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
1 cup natural creamy peanut butter

Directions

   1. Put the raisins, applesauce, and cinnamon in a small saucepan and bring to boil; reduce heat to medium and simmer for eight to 10 minutes or until raisins have plumped up.
   2. Place mixture in a food processor. Add the peanut butter and pulse until smooth.
   3. Spread onto whole wheat crackers, bread, fruit slices, or celery sticks.

Makes 1 3/4 cups of spread.

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OMG I LOVE this haha

OMG I LOVE this haha

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Evian <3

Evian <3

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“Hey, I absolutely love your blog and find your answers to asks very helpful, so I was wondering if you could give me any tips on substitutes for sugar? Especially in oatmeal, I usually mix a couple teaspoons of cocoa powder in with the milk and then add 2 teaspoons of brown sugar once it's cooked but I want to try and get my sugar intake down as my breakfast alone takes me over the intake on fitnesspal and I'm not sure what would be the best sub for this? =\”
-fitninspired

Thank you :) Try stevia or xylitol. Also try to use fruit in your oatmeal and you dont need more sugar because fruit contains natural sugar. 

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“Hiya! I was just wondering if you knew of any effective exercises to reduce facial fat? This blog is amazing btw x”
-Anonymous

1. Exercise and diet to lose overall body fat.

2. Drink more water.

3. Firm up your face.

Some people swear by facial exercise; others consider it silly and question it effectiveness. It won’t hurt to try it for a few weeks or a couple of months to see if it works for you. Remember, your aim here is to tighten and firm your skin, not to try to spot-reduce the underlying fat (since that’s impossible anyhow).

Here’s an old one for firming up a double chin: Using the back (top) of your hand, slap/tap the bottom of your chin rapidly yet firmly. Do this often, whenever you think of it.

For cheeks: Sit. Relax. Smile, keeping your lips closed. Now suck in your cheeks and hold them in while you count 8 seconds. Relax and repeat at least ten times. This is a good one to do while driving, as it requires no hands to perform. Another exercise for your cheeks is simply to smile as wide as you can (lips closed) as you imagine you are trying to touch your ears with the corners of your mouth.

justwanttobehealthyandfit:

Plank



(works your abs, back, butt, hips, thighs and shoulders)
Get into a raised push-up position,
with forearms resting on floor,
palms down,
abs pulled in tight.
Keep body in a straight line from  shoulders to heels, as shown.
Hold for 20 to 30 seconds.



Seriously burns. Initially you might not be able to plank for even 10seconds, but don’t give up. Keep practicing, each time, you’ll find yourself able to last longer and longer.

justwanttobehealthyandfit:

Plank

(works your abs, back, butt, hips, thighs and shoulders)

  • Get into a raised push-up position,
  • with forearms resting on floor,
  • palms down,
  • abs pulled in tight.
  • Keep body in a straight line from shoulders to heels, as shown.
  • Hold for 20 to 30 seconds.

Seriously burns. Initially you might not be able to plank for even 10seconds, but don’t give up. Keep practicing, each time, you’ll find yourself able to last longer and longer.

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“What exercises would be good to firm, even lift my chest area? Are push-ups the only ones? P.S. Your blog is a great source of inspiration. So thank you for that.”
-adaydreamerstory

Yes they are , I love push ups also flat bench press, incline bench press, decline bench press, pullovers, chest dips are good chest exercises.

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