poached eggs are good

Foods for Weight Loss

Balanced Hormones (high levels of oestrogen causes weight gain)

  • kale
  • spinach
  • cauliflower
  • broccoli
  • avocado

Slower Digestion (feel fuller for longer)

  • oatmeal
  • lentils
  • apples
  • oranges
  • pears
  • strawberries
  • nuts
  • flaxseed
  • beans
  • blueberries
  • cucumbers
  • celery
  • carrots
  • salmon

Healthier Liver (digest food more efficiently)

  • avocado
  • beetroot
  • carrots


  • water
  • tea
  • cucumber
  • celery
  • watermelon

Reved-up Metabolism (burn fat)

  • coconut oil, butter, water etc
  • green tea
  • spice
  • natural yoghurt
  • cacao
  • coffee

Fewer Cravings (resist sugary treats)

  • eggs (boiled or poached)
  • lean meats (chicken breast, turkey, good quality beef)
  • fish
  • quinoa, flaxseed, beans, lentils
  • nuts
  • seeds

Here is Togekiss, everyone’s favourite bird sphinx moth/seal/airplane

Togekiss are an elusive beast, spending most their time in the far north at high altitudes. During the winter months they return to their nesting grounds in Sinnoh where they mate and lay their eggs. They will raise and feed the newly hatched Togepi until around spring hits, at which point The Togekiss will fly off again and the Togepi will be strong enough to evolve into Togetic. They will remain in their Togetic stage for roughly 4 years in the wild, and overtime accumulate “shiny stone” in their bodies that has been dissolved in Sinnoh’s lakes and rivers. Once ready to evolve, the Togetic’s wings grown, and their once land adapted hindlimbs form into a “tail” that helps with stability and stearing in the air.

Once a more common sight in Sinnoh winters, Togekiss are now critically endangered due to the poaching of their eggs. Togepi are considered a “good luck charm” in many regions and people will pay good cash to obtain one. Most of these deported Togepi will never become Togekiss due to the Scarity of Shiny stone deposites in most parts of the world.


Good morning!!! Gruyere rosti with a poached egg. ✅ By - @lennardy ✅


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Post workout breakfast😋 brown rice, poached egg, green onion, avocado, and jalapeño cashew ‘cheese’ sauce. So good👌

Soak 1 heaping cup of raw cashews overnight. In the morning, drain and add to a high speed blender with 1-2 jalapeños (de-seeded), 1/3 cup nutritional yeast, juice of ½ a lime, dash of chili powder & cumin, salt and pepper to taste, and 1 1/3 cup water (more or less depending on how thick you want it!). Blend everything till smooth and enjoy!

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I’ve had an avocado mashed up with soy sauce, olive oil, and some lemon juice and pepper and called it dinner more than once. Sometimes I just spoon it right out of the avocado to avoid doing dishes later. Avocado on whole-wheat toast or an avocado mixed with a can of tuna or a poached or boiled egg are good on days with higher levels of function. I love avocados.

Welcome to the revolution

So I went to one of my favorite restaurants today for brunch, I’d never been there for brunch before. It was amazing. I had this awesome farro risotto with asparagus, mushrooms and poached eggs and challah toast. And their coffee was mind-blowingly good.

But what’s going to get me back there ASAP is THIS.


How lucky we are to be alive right now.

(If you live in Columbus, this restaurant is the Whitney House in Worthington).

so continuing on from this post grantaire basically lives off pizza for the next month until he’s exactly worked out enjolras’ work schedule and then he knows that he orders pizza wedesday, thursday, saturdays (after six, of course) and sunday afternoons. and he always writes something in the comments box and sometimes it’s a dorky joke or an awful pick-up line and sometimes it’s just ‘hey, how are you today?’ or ‘the moon looks really pretty tonight’ and just random thoughts. and enjolras always just turns up and responds in a totally dead-pan way, whether it’s ‘yeah, the moon does look nice’ or ‘i like my eggs scrambled best. but poached is pretty good too.’ and grantaire is just so done.