90s watermelon

My safe foods! (Least to greatest)

⁃ Yam noodles (0)
⁃ Tea (0)
⁃ Bullion (5)
⁃ Pickles (5 in a whole pickle)
⁃ Lettuce (5 calories in 1 cup shredded)
⁃ Celery (6 calories a stalk)
⁃ Spinach ( 7 calories per cup, fresh in bag)
⁃ Cucumber (10 calories per medium-sized)
⁃ Rice cakes (15 a cake)
⁃ Egg whites (15 per egg)
⁃ Sugar-Free Jello (20 a box)
⁃ Squash (20-25 per cup)
⁃ Nonfat turkey or chicken slices (20 per slice)
⁃ Baby food (20-100 calories a container, depending on what you get)
⁃ Carrots (25 in one medium-sized)
⁃ Tomato (30 calories in one large tomato)
⁃ Baby carrots (30 calories in 8)
⁃ Whole wheat bread (35-100 per slice (check brands))
⁃ Popcorn, microwaved or air popped as plain kernels without toppings (36 calories a cup (use salt))
⁃ Cabbage (40 a cup)
⁃ Strawberries (45 calories a cup)
⁃ Kiwi (50 in one medium-sized)
⁃ Broccoli (50 per cup)
⁃ Sweet potato (55 calories in one small sized)
⁃ Tomato juice or V8 (60 calories a cup)
⁃ Salsa (60 calories per cup (pair up with blue corn tortilla chips))
⁃ Crackers (60 in 5)
⁃ Red rasberries (65 a cup)
⁃ Edamame (65 calories in 2/3 cup)
⁃ Green beans (70 a can)
⁃ Apples (75-116 calories (depending on size))
⁃ Bananas (75-120 calories per banana (depending on size; eat after a purge to restore potassium))
⁃ Fat-free or sugar-free yogurt (80 per container)
⁃ Chicken (80 in a drumstick and 120 in a small breast)
⁃ Red kidney beans (85 in 2/3 cup)
⁃ Quinoa (85 calories in 1/3 cup)
⁃ Blueberries (85 per cup)
⁃ Veggie burger or tofu burger patty, (90 calories (without bread or dressing))
⁃ Vegetable soup, (90 in one cup)
⁃ Watermelon (90 calories in 2 cups)
⁃ Blue corn tortilla chips (90 in 10 chips)

it-never-was-about-me  asked:

I feel the urge to jump on this bandwagon and say that YOU ARE AWESOME.

(ง ื▿ ื)ว awww, shucks, watermelon. YOU ARE AWESOME TOO! I love seeing you in my activity feed, and your tags are always A+

Not sure what bandwagon you mean though, it just seems like a bandwagon bc I’m late in responding so i mass respond in one day and it ends up looking like people actually like me but    in reality        it’s all an   illusion        we are all in    the matrix          wake up            open your eyes          there is    no spoon

Originally posted by animefoodissugoi


anonymous asked:

Sorry mate, but the bee industry can be defended. Without bees as pollinators we would face dramatic food shortages. Bee farms provide a place for the bees to live, flowers for them to pollinate, medical care and attention for the protection of the hive, food for harsh winters and protection from the environment and natural predators. Bees make far too much honey for them to consume, and excess of honey in the hive attracts mites and disease, if we didn't take the honey they would literally die.

You are totally right- bees are powerful pollinators, probably one of the best on earth. The only problem is the western honey bee (Apis mellifera), which is the one invasive honey bee that has been commercialized to produce large amounts of honey, is not as good as native bees at pollinating, especially in the case of fruits and vegetables.    

For example, native bees do 90% of pollination in watermelons, improve fruit production in apples, create twice as much fruit than honey bees in blueberries, and significantly increase fruit production in tomatoes (honeybees aren’t even big enough to pollinate tomatoes.)

Not to mention, Apis mellifera is only one of 20,000 different species of bees. Some species don’t produce honey, some don’t have wings, some are all colors of the rainbow. Only the ones that produce honey are mass bred and spread around the world as an invasive species.

You are also right in saying that beekeepers medicate their bees, but it’s because the mass breeding of the commercialized Apis mellifera is leading to large amounts of parasites, pathogens, fungi, mites, and disease in the managed honeybee hives. Beekeepers medicate bees for the diseases they cause.

Another reason for the growing number of diseases in bee colonies may be because when honey bees’ honey is taken from them, it is replaced with honey substitutes, like high fructose corn syrup, which has an absence of the chemicals in honey. This weakens the bees’ immune systems (detoxification enzymes) which rid their bodies of foreign chemicals (pesticides and pathogens). 

Studies have shown that these parasites, mites, fungi, diseases, and pathogens are spreading to native colonies which may be one of the major reasons for decline in native bumble bee population, you know, the other 19,999 species of bees that are or becoming endangered. 

During winter, different species have different ways of coping with cold. Some hibernate and in some colonies only the queen survives. But some, like the honey bee Apis mellifera, make what is known as a “winter cluster” naturally. This just means that they form a ball of bees (between basketball and softball size). Mellifera is one of the few species that survives as a colony, not as a queen, and they do it without human aid because they produce extra honey for the winter. Hibernating honey bees can consume up to 30 pounds of stored honey during winter months, which may seem like extra to some beekeepers, but not to the honeybees.

When a hive produces more honey than needed, the bees don’t die. It gives them a larger buffer of food stores in case the winter was longer or colder than usual. If there is still extra, the honey bees could “jumpstart” their colony in the spring to build up the number of bees and maybe even split the colony.

Even if bees don’t immediately consume the honey, they will still use it because honey does not expire. 

If you want to help native pollinators, you can start a bee garden by planting some flowers that bees like in your area. Personally, I find that bees really like lavender.

 Some links I would check out: 

Ana/Mia Safe Foods & Recipes!

Safe foods:

Apples, 75-116 calories (depending on the size)

Baby carrots, 30 calories in 8

Baby food, 20-100 calories a container, depending on what you get

Bananas, 75-120 calories per banana (depending on size; eat after a purge to restore potassium)

Blueberries, 85 per cup

Blue corn tortilla chips, 90 in 10 chips (always read labels - my brand of tortilla chips, Don Marcos, has 130 calories in 10 chips..& it’s organic and GMO-free. Don’t believe the hype..sometimes things parading as healthy really aren’t)

Broccoli, 50 per cup

Bullion, 5 a cube

Cabbage, 40 a cup

Celery, 6 calories a stalk

Chicken, 80 in a drumstick & 120 in a small breast

Crackers, about 60 in 5

Cucumber, 10 calories per medium-sized

Egg whites, 15 per egg

Fat-free or sugar-free yogurt, about 80 per container

Green beans, 70 a can

Kiwi, 50 in one medium-sized

Lettuce, 5 calories in 1 cup shredded

Nonfat turkey or chicken slices, 20 per slice

Pickles, 5 in a whole pickle

Popcorn (microwaved or air popped as plain kernels without toppings), 36 calories a cup

Quinoa, 85 calories in 1/3 cup (quinoa is a healthier substitute for rice)

Red kidney beans, 85 in 2/3 cup

Red raspberries, 65 a cup

Rice cakes, 15 a cake

Salsa, 60 calories per cup (pair up with blue corn tortilla chips)

Spinach (fresh in a bag), 7 calories per cup

Squash, about 20-25 a cup

Strawberries, 45 calories a cup

Sugar-free Jello, 20 a box

Tea, 0 calories

Tomato, 30 calories in one large tomato

Tomato juice or V8, 60 calories a cup

Watermelon, 90 calories a cup

Whole wheat bread, 35-100 per slice (check brands)

Sweet potato, 55 calories in one small sized

Vegetable soup, about 90 in one cup

Veggie burger or tofu burger patty, 90 calories (without bread or dressing)

Yam noodles - 0 calories (and high in fiber, so eat up)

Meals under 100 calories

Bacon Eggs & Toast (95)

2 egg whites or ¼ cup Eggbeaters (34 calories)
1 slice extra lean turkey bacon (20)
1 slice light bread (45)

Cobb Salad (95)

3 cups salad greens (30)
2 slices extra lean turkey bacon (40)
1 slice turkey (25)
Walden Farms dressing (0)

Egg Salad (91)

3 egg whites (51)
1.5 tbsp fat-free mayo (15)
1 tbsp sweet relish (15)
Dash of mustard (0)
Lettuce (10)

Baked Tofu Dinner (88)

2 oz Tofu, marinate with soy sauce & spices (47)
1 cup yellow squash (21)
½ cup green beans (2)

Omelette (86)

3 egg whites (51)
1 slice fat-free cheese (30)
¼ cup mushrooms (5)

Soup & Crackers (95)

1 cup low-cal soup of choice (70 - check label)
5 saltine crackers (60)

Oatmeal (95)

½ cup cooked oatmeal (75)
1 tsp honey (20)

Taco Salad (80)

3 cups salad greens (30)
¼ cup black beans (40)
1 tsp salsa (10)
Taco Bell red sauce (0)

Tuna Salad (100)

2 oz tuna packed in water (60)
1 ½ tbsp fat-free mayo (15)
1 tbsp relish (15)
1 cup lettuce

Boca Burger & Salad (100)

Boca Burger (70)
3 cup salad greens (30)
Walden Farms dressing (0)

Sandwich & Salad (90)

1 slice turkey (25)
1 slice light bread (45)
Mustard (0)
2 cups salad greens (20)
Walden Farms dressing (0)

Tofu Fajita (95)

3 oz tofu (70)
¾ cup peppers & onions (25)