Month: May 2018

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[ad_1] While others may be born with it, Josephine Skriver isn’t afraid to tell you she’s not. The newly-announced face of Maybelline and Victoria’s Secret Angel undoubtedly has blessed genes, yes, but she won’t pretend she doesn’t put effort into looking the way she does. “Being a model everybody’s like, ‘Oh, are you skinny by
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[ad_1] Chia seeds and coconut milk marry for a Paleo-friendly pudding that works great for breakfast. High in anti-inflammatory omega-3s, this sweet chia pudding is a make-ahead recipe that will save you time, fill you up on fiber, and help you debloat. Mix together the ingredients the night before, pop it in the fridge, and