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According to BBC World News, the number of Egyptians protesting yesterday (33,000,000) is the largest number of gathered protesters in the history of mankind



Can we all think about that for a minute? 

Over 33,000,000 people


are standing in the streets 


as they have been for days 


and their act of valor is unprecedented in the history of mankind


and yet 

no one is talking about it 

If this number is accurate, I’d like to point out for perspectives sake, that is almost the entire population of Canada.

(via theglittergremlin)


i love this!


My Fitness Pal

Anyone else here use it? It’s a great tool to keep track of what you’ve been eating and the type of exercises you’ve been doing :) Feel free to add me: CaptainNoms



Keep going.

I love how this girl’s got just the sports bra on.

(Source: pull-myself-together, via healthybohemian)




World’s Healthiest Chocolate Chip Cookies
No-Bake Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies
Healthy Sugar Cookies
Secret Peanut Butter Cookies
Skinny Snickerdoodles
Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate PB No-Bake Cookies
Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Cookies
Hot Chocolate Cookies
Chocolate Pumpkin Cookies
Chocolate Chip Banana Bites
Four-Minute Coconut Macaroons
Gluten-Free Chocolate Lace Cookies
S’mores Graham Crackers
Funfetti Cookie Dough Balls
Flourless Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookies
Mini Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies
Blueberry Coconut Pecan Breakfast Cookies
Peanut Butter Protein Balls
Superfood Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
Tropical Pineapple Coconut No Bake Bites
Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch Cookie Dough Balls
Soft Whole Wheat Peanut Butter Cookies
Red, White, and Blue No Bake Squares
Clean Eating Coconut Lime No Bake Freezer Cookies
Walnut Oatmeal Date Balls
Skinny Monkey Cookies
Oatmeal Banana Pumpkin Cookies
The majority of these are vegan, and some are even raw vegan!

Omg I’m on my dash :DDD






(via healthybohemian)


10 Reasons to Eat More Carrots
1. Beta carotene: Carrots are a rich source of this powerful antioxidant, which, among other vital uses, can be converted into vitamin A in the body to help maintain healthy skin.
2. Digestion: Carrots increase saliva and supply essential minerals, vitamins and enzymes that aid in digestion. Eating carrots regularly may help prevent gastric ulcers and other digestive disorders.
3. Alkaline elements: Carrots are rich in alkaline elements, which purify and revitalize the blood while balancing the acid/alkaline ratio of the body.
4. Potassium: Carrots are a good source of potassium, which can help maintain healthy sodium levels in the body, thereby helping to reduce elevated blood pressure levels.
5. Dental Health: Carrots kill harmful germs in the mouth and help prevent tooth decay.
6. Wounds: Raw or grated carrots can be used to help heal wounds, cuts and inflammation.
7. Phytonutrients: Among the many beneficial phytochemicals that carrots contain is a phytonutrient called falcarinol, which may reduce the risk of colon cancer and help promote overall colon health.
8. Carotenoids: Carrots are rich in carotenoids, which our bodies can use to help regulate blood sugar.
9.  Fiber: Carrots are high in soluble fiber, which may reduce cholesterol by binding the LDL form (the kind we don’t want) and increasing the HDL form (the kind our body needs) to help reduce blood clots and prevent heart disease.
10. Eyes, hair, nails and more! The nutrients in carrots can improve the health of your eyes, skin, hair, nails and more through helping to detoxify your system and build new cells!