You are what you eat. Haven’t you heard that one before?
If that is the case, we sure would like to know what these two fresh faced girls Dylan and Eden are eating because they look super sexy.
What was even sexier was when they wrestled one another. We loved it.
Here is the match description.
“Everyone’s tastes are different but part of the reason we have a non-traditional interview before a match that speaks to a beautiful girl’s travel and lifestyle experiences is because once a girl next door type begins to competitively wrestle against another, it makes it more erotic because we feel we know them personally instead of cut and dry, just wrestle only. When you listen to both Eden and Dylan before the match, it’s clear that they are very sweet, curvy and sexy so when they wrestle, we salivate for the close up camera views of their ground struggle. Though both girls have a few matches under their belt, they are still fairly new and that’s the sexy up close excitement. The outcome of this battle is in doubt right up until the end. Enjoy.”
So how are you looking these days?
As of this writing it’s the winter and one fruit that is terrific year round yet unlike many other fruits that are seasonal, is still powerful and thriving in the winter is the healthy grapefruit.
Since we are what we eat, here is a nice article from a visiting speaking on why we should eat more grapefruits.
You know what?
You’re looking better already.
Grapefruit is a subtropical fruit that belongs to the citrus family and is usually known for its somewhat bitter and sour savor. It was initially grown in Barbados as a cross type fruit that came from a mix from pomelo and sweet orange. Grapefruit is also full of vitamin C and has some incredible health benefits you should consider.
Vitamin C helps to assist the immune system and helps to relieve the severity of the common cold. It may also relieve asthma. Studies have shown that ingesting fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C can aid in reducing the risk of heart problems, stroke and many forms of cancer.
Grapefruit is rich in enzymes that melt off fats. It has a substantial liquid content and has very little sodium. This makes grapefruit an ideal food for boosting body’s stamina and taking weight off. Eating grapefruit on a daily basis will help you shed unwanted pounds. The scent of the grapefruit decreases the feeling of hunger. For this reason, people add grapefruit to their weight loss diet plans. The substantial fiber in this fruit satisfies cravings for food and therefore, prevents overindulging.
Grapefruit contains salicylic acid that assists in breaking down the body’s inorganic calcium, which builds up in the joint’s cartilage that can cause arthritis.
It also functions as an effective germ killer. Grapefruit seed extractions mixed with water can create a germ killing spray for the treatment of microbial and fungal contamination such as candida, athlete’s foot and herpes just to name a few.
The lycopene in grapefruit is what gives its red color inside. Lycopene is effective to protect against the growth of malignant neoplasms (cancer) since it works as a chemical agent of the toxins that cause cancer. Lycopene is most effective when combined with A and C vitamins, which are present in grapefruit. A free radical cleansing substance, “naringenin”, is also contained in grapefruit, which can help restore destroyed DNA in cells with prostate cancer. DNA repair plays a role in cancer elimination as it hinders the cancer cell duplication.
The antioxidants contained in grapefruit work well in lowering blood cholesterol levels. Grapefruit includes pectin which is a dissolvable fiber that reduces cholesterol and impedes the accumulation of plaque in the walls of bloodstream. However, if you are on medications, do not eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice as it is contraindicated for many medications.
Not only does drinking or eating grapefruit help relieve fever and the common cold, it also helps gallstones, improve liver function and strengthen the immune system against bacterial contamination. Grapefruit is a useful treatment for influenza, malaria, acid reflux, insomnia and is a very effective treatment to manage constipation.
There is no question that incorporating grapefruit in your diet regime is undoubtedly essential for each person’s overall wellness. For more healthful advice please visit Dr. Gonzalez’s website at askdrgonzalez.com
~ ~ ~
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Miguel_A._Gonzalez,_M.D./1439802
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7397927