New Tsum Tsum City Box Sets announced at the UK Disney Store! The box sets are scheduled to release January 3rd in Europe, with the American city boxes being released as online exclusives. There has been no announcement so far for the US, but the American city box sets will most likely be released. The European box sets could possibly be released in the US as well.
E! NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Kick-Start Your New Year's Resolution With Tips Straight From Selena Gomez's Personal Wellness Expert
There’s a reason that celebrities pay professionals to help them with diet and fitness: It’s way easier that way.
Seriously. Imagine if you could tap the resources of a wellness expert at the snap of your fingers. (Except you shouldn’t actually snap your fingers, because that’s totally rude.) Regardless, one of the ultimate celebrity luxuries is getting to suck the wisdom out of somebody, especially at this time of year when you have all sorts of grand ideas about how to make yourself over or detox or reset or revamp, yet no clue how to actually embark on that extremely lofty journey.
But today, we’re all #blessed enough to be sharing in some of that luxury. Amy Rosoff Davis is, to put it bluntly, a full-on wellness guru. She works with Selena Gomez as her trainer and chef, including getting the star ready for last year’s tour, and all-around detox expert with additional clients like Kristen Bell and Emma Roberts, to name a few.
Rosoff Davis is sharing the wealth with E! News, by giving us an exclusive look at her recommended detox diet. Maybe you’re looking to do a whole-self makeover, or maybe you just want to de-bloat from all that extra champagne you consumed from Thanksgiving straight on through…well, today. Of course, Davis has some words of wisdom before anyone looking to get their revenge body or get over a breakup.
“Really focus on loving yourself and wanting to be your best self,” she cautions. “That means what you put in you should feel good and be clean, but also delicious. How you take care of your body should feel good because especially after something like a breakup or a baby you want to feel your best. To feel your best you really have to take good care of your body so you are your best self.
But once you’ve got the self-love down, it’s time to batten down the hatches and detox. Davis stresses that the most important part of getting prepped for the new year is to eliminate the junk from your system.
"This means no caffeine, added sugar (or fake sweeteners), alcohol, gluten, processed oils and butters, red meat, soy, dairy and shellfish,” she says. “And, try to sweat as much as possible during your detox to get rid of toxins. Go to a steam room or sauna or, better yet, get to an infrared sweat lodge. Finally, start your day with hot lemon water to flush your system and aid in digestion.”
Now without further ado, let’s get to the recipes—they’re organized by mealtime, but feel free to mix and match however you like. It’s your detox, why not go a little crazy?
Breakfast: Rice cake with almond butter and sliced banana and cinnamon.
Two hard-boiled eggs with a pinch of salt and ½ cup of berries.
Avocado and egg toast: Cut up a hard-boiled egg and ¼ of an avocado. Spread on rice toast or gluten-free toast with a dash of olive oil, salt and chili flakes.
Over-medium egg on sautéed Swiss chard: Sauté Swiss chard in olive oil, set aside. In a moderate amount of olive oil, pan fry an egg over medium. Place on Swiss chard. Lightly season with salt and chili flakes.
Green Smoothie: spinach, coconut or almond milk, frozen mango and pineapple, one teaspoon of coconut oil.
Oatmeal with almonds and berries.
Egg Scramble: Sauté one whole egg and one egg white with spinach. Top with ¼ avocado and side of gluten-free toast.
Handful of raw almonds and raisins Apple with almond butter Celery with almond butter Veggies and hummus Sliced cucumbers dipped in tahini Cup of bone broth Rice crackers and sliced avocado with chili flakes
Amy’s Favorite Simple Salad: Greens with lemon, olive oil, yeast flakes, avocado, cucumber, probiotic sauerkraut. Get good organic baby greens and mix with ½ lemon, a few splashes of olive oil, a pinch of maldon salt and pepper.
Detox Chicken Soup: Bring organic chicken bone broth to a boil in a big pot, then add chopped kale, collard greens, carrots and celery. Turn heat down and let simmer for 5-7 minutes. Tear the white meat off an organic roast chicken and add to soup after the veggies have cooked. Salt and pepper to taste.
Brown rice bowl with sautéed greens and tahini dressing.
Lettuce and turkey wrap with avocado, sprouts and cucumber. Use romaine lettuce, olive oil, salt, sliced organic turkey and veggies.
Tuna salad seaweed rolls with avocado and a side salad. Make tuna salad with chopped celery, fresh dill, olive oil, olives, mustard, ½ lemon, salt and pepper. Wrap with sliced avocado in a seaweed sheet. Serve with a small salad of romaine, lemon, salt and olive oil.
Miso soup with bok choy, mushrooms, kale, carrots and brown rice. Bring four cups of water to a boil and add a sheet of dried Nori cut up into pieces. Let cook for about five minutes. While it is cooking, add some hot water to about four tablespoons of miso paste, and then add to soup. Bring to a boil and add veggies, let cook for about four minutes. Add ¼ cup of brown rice and cook for another minute or so.
Baked salmon with roasted asparagus and sweet potato: Set oven to 400. Cut a sweet potato into cubes and cover in coconut oil and maldon salt. Bake for about 20-30 minutes. Place trimmed asparagus onto a baking sheet and bake at 400 for about 15 minutes. Place salmon in parchment bag with salt, olive oil and fresh dill. Finish with lemon.
Rice noodle stir fry with chicken, bok choy, kale, zucchini, cilantro and fresh lime: Cook rice noodles and set aside. Heat olive oil and sauté veggies. After veggies are mostly cooked, add chopped ginger, garlic and onions. Add noodles. For the last minute, add fish sauce and coconut aminos (a healthy version of soy sauce). Mix and add chopped cilantro and a squeeze of lime.
Baked chicken and broccoli: Marinated chicken overnight in garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper and coconut aminos. Sear on skillet for about three to five minutes on each side and put in oven at 350 for about 30 minutes or until it reaches 167 degrees. Take out and let rest. while chicken is cooking, steam broccoli, then drain and add ½ lemon, olive oil, yeast flakes and maldon.
Truffle turkey burger on a bed of garlicky spinach: Mix lean ground turkey with garlic, onion, truffle salt, an egg and pepper. Make into patties. Cook on grill or skillet and finish in oven. Sauté spinach with garlic and olive oil.
Kelp noodles with tahini and cucumber and avocado.
Roast veggies with quinoa and lentils. Roast veggies in olive oil and salt in oven at 350 for about 30 minutes. While veggies are cooking, make quinoa. Add olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt, pepper and fresh herbs. Add cooked lentils. Mix all ingredients and serve with a sprinkle of yeast flakes.
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AIM Out Today – September 9th
Survivors of war, conflict and genocide live on as IDPs and refugees, dispersed across their homelands and the globe. They embody the violence that has displaced them into the unknown, into uncertainty and into camps and council estates. Survivors crossed countless continents, countries and borders, leaving behind their homes, lives and dead: only to be rendered invisible, silent and forgotten in exile; only to be told that their bodies might have tr! avelled but their stories have not. Their narratives are construed as exchangeable, mutable and nuisance while their bodies are considered collateral damage. Survivors are treated as a surplus people whose very presence destabilizes the status quo, whose voices unsettle the known.
As border-crossers, modern day nomads, governments worldwide have tried to clamp down on their movements by criminalizing them and locking them up into camps and into poverty. The demobilization of survivors led to the creation of new states for the stateless, separate and legally distinct f! rom the territory they sought asylum in. BORDERLANDS. Borderlands are places doomed as hopeless, lifeless and futureless, where joy can never be traced, where dreams cannot be woven, where the everyday is thought to be absent. They are places where new global orders are created, where new encounters occur, where new cultures are formed, where new people are
British Tamil! artist M.I.A., a survivor of Sri Lanka’s decades-old genocide against Tamils, is one of Borderlands’ many people. Surviving a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of Tamils, she arrived in London in the mid 1980s as part of the first wave of Tamil refugees. Following her displacement, she was raised in a women-led household in South London’s impoverished peripheries. Life in a council estate exposed her to a patchwork of marginalized peoples and cultures, which later came to influence her art practices and created her unique refugee sound.
M.I.A. is driven b! y the idea of rendering the nightmare of becoming a refugee into a dream. Though placed at the margins, M.I.A. learnt to speak against power and its complex technological arms with the humble tools available to her. She mastered the art of creating music out of nothing, of rendering disenfranchisement into a powerful catalyst for resistance. Album after album, from Arular, Kala, Maya to Matangi, she returned with power and raised her refugee voice to create a global sound for those deprived of a voice. She taught others that she is broader than a border.
With her fifth studio album, AIM, M.I.A. returns to her own roots as a Londoner of Tamil refugee heritage. She provides a future template for today’s refugees to narrate their own lives beyond the many deceased and beyond catastrophe. By centering the living, she forces us to look beyond the sensationalist news headlines and question what happens when refugees get out of their tents and become our foreign friends. She encourages us to think about the struggles in our very backyards, spaces that are kept in order by overworked and underpaid shadow workforces made up of refugees who ought to be void of stories.
AIM gives us the tools to finally move from abstraction into a clear vision for a world where the refugee is no more an anomaly, but makes up a powerful majority. It aims to overthrow categories that she, as other refugees, do not fit into anymore and envision a world where the sky isn’t synonymous for death anymore, where the sea is no more the home of nameless cemeteries. AIM is not just any ordinary album; it’s the climax of a musical journey which has taken us through a geography of exile to bring us right back into the backstreets of London, where survivors meet the living.
Sorry. I don't know if I missed your sarcasm or not. So that black dog is Louis' or not? Also is he the same guy that lied about Louis using a private plane to fly the dog from London to Chicago, or something like that?
I did some digging and this is what I found. I do believe that the dog is L’s as danielle’s uncle seems very convinced that it is. I’m not sure about the plane thing as I don’t remember that happening.