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User Image welovecissy Posted: Jan 20, 2018 6:27 AM (UTC)

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User Image beyoubecute15 Posted: Jan 20, 2018 5:16 AM (UTC)

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Fact Friday's!!!! We didn't forget about you....Got a tender headed mini? Tired of the snags and single strand/fairy knots. Here's a tip that will cut detangling time in half.
#factfriday #sanantonionaturalhair #sanaturals #detangling #beyoubecute #beyoutyculture
User Image men_have_lupus Posted: Jan 20, 2018 4:50 AM (UTC)

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#FactFriday: 10% of those diagnosed with #Lupus are men. We must push until #stigma makes the #MedicalWorld know that we are more than 10%. #MenHaveLupus
User Image konnectpromos Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:33 AM (UTC)

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There are currently over 1 billion cars on the earth. That's a lot!
User Image theproudcatmom Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:30 AM (UTC)

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When it's above 0C you don't have to wear pants anymore #factfriday
User Image fit.life.nutritionist Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:27 AM (UTC)

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#FactFriday - Complete versus Incomplete Proteins
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🍗A complete protein is a protein that contains all 9 essential amino acids which are the building blocks for our cells and tissues, aka muscles. They are essential because our bodies can not make them so we must get them from our diets.
🍗Examples include: Any animal products - meat, poultry, dairy, eggs, fish, etc. as well as plant-based products such as soy, quinoa and pea protein.
However, depending on your goals, be aware that the plant-based ones often contain more carbs than protein meaning you would have to consume more to get the protein of an animal product
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🌱Incomplete proteins are considered incomplete because they are low or lacking in one or more of the 9 amino acids.
🌱Incomplete proteins are found in plant foods but can be mixed together to make a complete protein.
🌱Vegans need to be conscious of this so that they can ensure they are getting the right amino acids by combining plant-based proteins. For example: Rice and Beans
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💪Whether you're trying to lose fat or beat your PR, increasing your muscle mass is essential, since it's key to both weight loss and performance. Also, muscle is built very, very slowly. While fat loss can be easily accelerated, muscle building cannot. This is why getting enough protein and the right amino acids is necessary.
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#NutritionFactFriday #protein #benefits #typesofprotein #vegan #vegetarian #macros #iifym #diet #healthy #healthyliving #fitlifebalance #eatwell #feelwell #fitlife #fitlifenutrition #nutrition #education #healthcoach #nutritionist #foodnation #fitnation #mealplan #foodprep
User Image lookingbutnotlost702 Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:14 AM (UTC)

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For all the lazy men who don't want to work on being in a real relationship,please invest in her...#realtalk#dolly#🙄
@derrickjaxn#truth#videooftheday#factfriday#hilarious
User Image brooke_davis_remax Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:13 AM (UTC)

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Here are some stats of the median sales price for last year. 🏠🏡📈 #BDREteam #FactFriday
User Image brownsgiveback Posted: Jan 19, 2018 10:01 PM (UTC)

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Browns Give Back is a proud supporter of the @get2schoolcle campaign, and provides hundreds of incentives throughout the year to ensure students are in school and achieving! #BrownsSupportEducation #Get2SchoolCLE #FactFriday
User Image uofmse Posted: Jan 20, 2018 2:32 AM (UTC)
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Happy Friday UofM! We hope everyone took time to go outside and enjoy this lovely winter weather ☀️ This week’s #factfriday is about energy usage at home 🏡
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#MinimizeYourImpact by changing incandescent lightbulbs for LED bulbs, get low flow shower heads, and unplug unnecessary appliances 💡
#ReduceYourConsumption by giving your heating systems a break at night, turn down your thermostats to save energy and get a better night’s sleep 💤 #UMSE
User Image bullbreedmutt Posted: Jan 20, 2018 2:29 AM (UTC)

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@Regranned from @centraltexaspigrescue - FACT FRIDAY!!! It's time to talk again about Breeder Specific Terms (those sneaky half-truths that breeders use to get you to buy their pigs)! SIZE: "Same size as a medium dog/cocker spaniel/bulldog." "No taller than 14/16 inches." Pigs are very dense animals and breeders won't highlight this. Franklin weighs 110lbs, double the weight of a typical bulldog but his dimensions are roughly the same. A healthy adult mini pig will typically weigh 80-250lbs. Comparing dogs to pigs is like comparing apples to oranges.
DIET: "When kept to/fed my correct diet." "When given my special diet." These "diets" are starvation, not a special formula that only the breeder knows. There is NO such thing as a “micro/teacup” pig, they are starving pigs. They might stay smaller but they will have lasting impacts on their health and typically die quite young. No healthy adult pig is 35lbs, if you have a size limit a pig is not the right pet for you. "ADOPTION": This pops up on a lot of breeder websites to make buyers feel good about buying their product. Any pig bred to be sold is a product and is in no way, shape or form an "adoption." It's just a trick to make you feel like you are saving a pig; a pig that was bred and born to make money for the breeder and provide them with an income. It's sugar coating the situation to entice buyers. “MINI PIG”: while “micro/teacup/nano” pigs are just not real, “mini pig” is a real classification of pigs. However, a mini pig is simply a pig that weighs less than 400lbs. These are not 12, 25 or 60lbs or a special breed of pigs. The “mini” simply means a pig that is smaller than a 600-1,200 farm pig. It is also prudent to be wary of anyone who doesn’t let you come to their property, says that pigs don’t need to see a vet or should only see their recommend vet, or who sell pigs under 10lbs and less 8 weeks old. #factfriday #franklin #pigfact #breeding #stopbreeding #stopbuying #ctpr #pig #minipig #petpig #micropig #teacuppig #rescue #instapig #rescuepetsofinstagram #pigsofinstagram - #regrann
User Image men_have_lupus Posted: Jan 20, 2018 2:22 AM (UTC)

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User Image danimersci Posted: Jan 20, 2018 1:59 AM (UTC)

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#FactFriday The #plasticproblem in our oceans is a major issue because both birds and fish are feeding on the plastic, and therefore suffering from harmful plastic ingestion
User Image centraltexaspigrescue Posted: Jan 20, 2018 1:52 AM (UTC)

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FACT FRIDAY!!! It's time to talk again about Breeder Specific Terms (those sneaky half-truths that breeders use to get you to buy their pigs)! SIZE: "Same size as a medium dog/cocker spaniel/bulldog." "No taller than 14/16 inches." Pigs are very dense animals and breeders won't highlight this. Franklin weighs 110lbs, double the weight of a typical bulldog but his dimensions are roughly the same. A healthy adult mini pig will typically weigh 80-250lbs. Comparing dogs to pigs is like comparing apples to oranges.
DIET: "When kept to/fed my correct diet." "When given my special diet." These "diets" are starvation, not a special formula that only the breeder knows. There is NO such thing as a “micro/teacup” pig, they are starving pigs. They might stay smaller but they will have lasting impacts on their health and typically die quite young. No healthy adult pig is 35lbs, if you have a size limit a pig is not the right pet for you. "ADOPTION": This pops up on a lot of breeder websites to make buyers feel good about buying their product. Any pig bred to be sold is a product and is in no way, shape or form an "adoption." It's just a trick to make you feel like you are saving a pig; a pig that was bred and born to make money for the breeder and provide them with an income. It's sugar coating the situation to entice buyers. “MINI PIG”: while “micro/teacup/nano” pigs are just not real, “mini pig” is a real classification of pigs. However, a mini pig is simply a pig that weighs less than 400lbs. These are not 12, 25 or 60lbs or a special breed of pigs. The “mini” simply means a pig that is smaller than a 600-1,200 farm pig. It is also prudent to be wary of anyone who doesn’t let you come to their property, says that pigs don’t need to see a vet or should only see their recommend vet, or who sell pigs under 10lbs and less 8 weeks old. #factfriday #franklin #pigfact #breeding #stopbreeding #stopbuying #ctpr #pig #minipig #petpig #micropig #teacuppig #rescue #instapig #rescuepetsofinstagram #pigsofinstagram

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