Rich Rob – Lil Sweat – Stop, Drop and Roll
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Produced by D.I.E
“Propane” Rich Rob first solo single was added to The Real 92 Hip Hop playlist for 2018 spring rotation and will play
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Best Real Circuit Rival Racing 3D Game

Many online sites offer sophisticated and entertaining 3D racing games with excellent graphics to play. Real Circuit Rival Racing 3D games ready for download, this games have creative types of racing. There’s even one game that is pretty popular to play where you and your friends race without any sort of transportation. You have to run through different terrain with a map, and the first to successfully navigate to the goal is the winner.

Enjoy the world of racing games today, Real Circuit Rival Racing 3D games are perfect for spending a few minutes relaxing from work or taking a break from a long night of homework. Enjoy this incredible world today with just a click of the mouse.

Ultra modern racing game for every device and every race game players! portrait mode for new and innovative circuit racing, compete with your friends, beat them and race them and earn in-game currency!!

Buy amazing new tracks and race cars with it!! level up,upgrade and be the ultimate champion of the race track !! more race tracks and cars will be added every update!!

— beautiful 3d graphics and modern race track makes this one a must have!
— easy touch and steer control that you will find comfortable to play
— replay your races, record those amazing stunts and race you just did and share
— change over 9 cameras to have the perfect look at the track and your car
— buy most amazing and super speedy cars that gives you a guaranteed victory!!
— perfect physics based racing that feel very real and realistic controls makes it much more better! more updates ,cars, race tracks and amazing new environment addition will make it even better
— best hands on racing experience

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3-Ingredient Hormone-Balancing Recipe With Bacon – Articles

As a dietitian, nothing makes me prouder than turning a skeptic into a Brussels sprouts lover. 

As a vegetable in the Brassica family, this nutritional powerhouse is one of my all-time favorites for its metabolic benefits.

Not only does it contain 4 grams of dietary fiber per cup and ample amounts of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and folate, but it’s also a nice source of glucobrassin. After it’s been chewed and moves into the acidity of your stomach, glucobrassin undergoes amazing chemical changes until it converts to a compound called 3,3’-diindolylmethane (DIM).1 

Why does this matter? DIM is widely known for its anticancer properties and ability to metabolize excess estrogen.2 I’d say that’s a pretty nice reason to get your veggies in! 

With bacon as the special ingredient, see below for an easy, savory crowd-favorite Brussels sprouts recipe. Don’t let the cooking time fool you — this recipe is a 3-ingredient 1-pan win-win.   


Time: 1 hour
Serves: 6


  • 1 package preservative-free bacon (ideally from pastured pork)
  • 5–6 cups raw brussels sprouts, trimmed, halved, discolored leaves removed 
  • Fine-ground pink Himalayan sea salt to taste  


  1. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper and place bacon strips on the sheet in a single layer.
  2. Put the baking sheet in a cold oven; set the oven to preheat to 400 degrees and set a timer for 15 minutes. The bacon will begin cooking during the preheating process and continue once the oven reaches temperature. 
  3. At the 15-minute mark, check the bacon for desired doneness. Allow to continue to cook if needed, checking every 2 minutes. Once done, remove from oven and drain bacon strips on paper towels, leaving the drippings behind in the pan.
  4. Carefully add the halved Brussels sprouts to the pan in a single layer. Be careful, as the grease is hot. Spread the sprouts halves around in the grease. Sprinkle with salt to taste.
  5. Return the pan to the oven. 
  6. After 20 minutes, stir the Brussels sprouts and place back in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the Brussels sprouts are tender on the inside and crisp and bronzed on the outside. 
  7. Top with crumbled bacon strips and enjoy! This recipe is best served immediately. 


Calories 115 | Carbs 8g | Fiber 4g | Fat 6g | Protein 9g


In health, Samantha McKinney — Life Time Lab Testing Program Manager

This article is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations in this and other articles is at the choice and risk of the reader.


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5 Practical Ways To Balance Hormones  – Articles

What do you think of when you hear the word “hormonal?” Sadly, most person immediately associate the adjective with “emotional,” and often relate it to a woman’s menstrual cycle or perimenopausal years. But from a physiological (and therefore accurate) perspective, “hormonal” pertains to the many different types of messenger compounds the body produces that stimulate action at another site in the body. These can include everything from estrogen, testosterone and progesterone (often referred to as “sex hormones”); to cortisol, one of the main stress hormones; to thyroid hormones (critical for calorie burn); to insulin, a hormone critical to regulating blood sugar and more.

Make no mistake, hormonal imbalances can absolutely cause emotional roller coasters, as well as changes in libido, PMS symptoms, fat distribution and fertility. Specifically, a category of hormones sometimes referred to as “women’s sex hormones” (although they are found in both women and men) — such as estrogen, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and progesterone — may be misbehaving. In my experience as a dietitian, I’ve had countless clients who discovered that an imbalance in hormones was to blame all along for a frustrating weight-loss plateau and unwanted symptoms — and working in conjunction with their medical team to address it ended up being key to their success. 


For those of you interested in the physiology of what happens during the course of the month, here’s how these sex hormones work in premenopausal women when all is well: 

  • The first half of the cycle is often called the follicular phase, and is dominated by follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and estrogen. Progesterone is low, and estrogen is relatively high, so this is sometimes described as the “estrogen-dominant” part of the cycle.
  • Around mid-cycle, there is a surge of luteinizing hormone (LH) which stimulates ovulation, or release of an egg.
  • In the second half of the cycle, referred to as the luteal phase, estrogen drops off while progesterone rises. As a result, it’s the more “progesterone-dominant” part of the cycle.
  • Assuming there is no conception or pregnancy, FSH, estrogen, LH and progesterone all get cleared toward the end of the cycle (with the help of the liver, gallbladder and digestive tract), triggering menstruation and the start of the next cycle.
  • After menopause, FSH and LH are high while estrogen and progesterone are lower. The ovaries no longer release hormones needed for pregnancy, and the adrenal glands (in charge of the stress response) take over.

The above description only scratches the surface of the delicate balance of women’s sex hormones and, as you can imagine, imbalances are pretty common and can happen for a variety of reasons. Some common issues are challenges in releasing FSH or LH (often related to stress), sluggish clearance of hormones toward the end of the cycle (often related to detoxification), inflammation (can be related to lifestyle, processed foods or blood sugar issues) and constipation (since the digestive tract helps clear used hormones). 


The most important thing to know from the physiology outlined above is that a healthy balance of these hormones depends on healthy blood sugar control, support of detoxification and a happy digestive tract. Certain habits can help lay the foundation for a healthier balance of hormones and can be beneficial whether you are a woman still menstruating regularly, approaching menopause or postmenopausal. Here are 5 practical ways to set yourself up for success: 

1. Manage your blood sugars 

Balancing your intake of carbohydrates, fats and proteins (sometimes referred to as “tracking your macros,” or macronutrients) is paramount to keep blood sugars steady. Make sure to consume a healthy source of protein about the size of the palm of your hand at each meal. Think organic, pastured chicken; eggs from chickens raised on pasture; wild-caught fish; legumes/lentils; or even a high-quality protein powder (free of artificial colors and sweeteners) if you’re in a pinch. Include a source of healthy, unprocessed fat such as avocado, olive oil or raw nuts/seeds. Carbohydrates should ideally be based on your activity level (you likely need less if you’re not active), and ensure that carb intake is from whole-food sources such as fruit, starchy vegetables or unrefined grains like steel-cut oats or quinoa instead of cereal, breads and pasta. Avoiding added sugars, especially in unexpected places such as fruited yogurt and coffee creamers, is also key to keeping blood sugars in check.

2. Hydrate

Your body depends on adequate hydration to detoxify well. If you’re a coffee lover like me, be extra mindful to get enough filtered water daily. Most person feel best by aiming for half of their goal body weight (in pounds) in ounces of water daily. When well hydrated, urine is usually the color of lemonade. If yours is darker, drink up. One of my favorite tips is to use the same glass or stainless steel water bottle daily, determine how many fill-ups are needed to hit your water goal daily, and put that many rubber bands on the outside of it each morning. Each time you finish a fill-up, take a rubber band off to keep track.

3. Focus on fiber

For women, fiber intake should be a minimum of 25 grams per day (often more). Aim to get the majority of fiber from non-starchy vegetables, beans, and some berries, nuts and seeds. Fiber helps bulk up the stool and move things along in the GI tract, which is critical for detoxification of hormones. When working on increasing your fiber intake, take it slow. A rapid increase in fibrous foods can cause some digestive upset, bloating and gas. If you use protein shakes, adding some prebiotic fiber is one of my favorite hacks for boosting fiber intake (and helping with satiety).

4. Include cruciferous vegetables

Most cruciferous vegetables come from the Brassica family and include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. These veggies contain a compound that gets converted to DIM (3,3’-diindolylmethane) after being chewed and mixed with the enzymes in the stomach. DIM is known for its ability to support healthier estrogen metabolism, which is an important implication in cancer risk, and it can also be found in supplement form.1

5. Get your hormones checked

If you’re a woman struggling with extreme cramping, significant mood swings, a tanked libido, irregular periods, hot flashes or night sweats, testing your hormone levels is a critical first step. Hormone balance is like a symphony (each one impacts the rest), and an objective view of the hormonal interplay can help you work better with your medical provider to game plan a personalized solution. Evaluating estradiol, estrone, testosterone and progesterone is a good first step, and pairing it with blood sugar markers (like Hemoglobin A1C) might give a fuller picture. Regular testing can help provide the insight you need to track changes and make pivots in real time. (Side note: If you are still menstruating and your periods are regular enough to predict, aim to test at the same time of your cycle each time. Most of my clients aim to test three-quarters of the way through their monthly cycle, i.e., day 21 if the full cycle is 28 days.) 


Regular testing, management of blood sugars, hydration, a higher-fiber diet and more cruciferous vegetables in your nutrition program may seem simple, but that does not always mean it’s easy. Some out-of-the-box thinking, coaching and support can go a long way in implementing these habits without feeling like you’re in a trap of daily steamed broccoli and tracking every bite you eat in perpetuity. Prioritizing these habits the right way can be sustainable and can taste nice.

One of my favorite ways to reset my own habits is with the Life Time D.TOX℠ program. It’s a higher-protein, fiber-rich approach that focuses on whole, unprocessed foods for a minimum of two weeks. When I find that my habits are slipping out of my “ideal” routine, the focus and commitment — as well as the simple and easy recipes — are the perfect way for me to reprioritize what I know I should already be doing.

If you’re struggling with a fat-loss plateau, are not feeling your best or have questions about your hormones, lab testing options, coaching or the Life Time D.TOX program, we’re here to help. Reach out to our team of registered dietitians any time at Thanks for reading!

In health, Samantha McKinney — Life Time Lab Testing Program Manager

This article is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations in this and other articles is at the choice and risk of the reader.


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Pennywise Bro Hymn Live (HD) w/lyrics

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Pennywise Bro Hymn Live (HD) w/lyrics – Tucson Sabroso Fest 2018

 Pennywise doing Bro Hymn Live with a crazy dusty mosh pit in Tucson AZ at the Sabroso Taco and Beer fest May 5th 2018… Yes I shot this live myself and was pulled into the pit a few times through out out the day….

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To our best friend, present past and beyond
Though you weren’t with us too long
Life is the most precious thing we could lose
While you were here the fun was never ending
Laugh a minute was only beginning
Jason Matthew Thirsk, this one’s for you

Ever get the feeling you can’t go on
Just remember whose side it is that you’re on
You’ve got friends with you till the end
If you’re ever in a tough situation
We’ll be there with no hesitation
Brotherhood’s our rule we cannot bend

When you’re feeling too close to the bottom
You know who it is you can count on
Someone will pick you up again
We can conquer anything together
All of us are bonded forever
If you die I die that’s the way it is

To our friends, present past and beyond
To all those who weren’t with us too long
Life is the most precious thing you can lose
While you were here the fun was never ending
Laugh a minute was only beginning
Jason, my brother, this one’s for you

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Astaxanthin reduced eye fatigue

Astaxanthin is touted as the king of antioxidants and is responsible for giving Salmon its pink color. Research studies suggest that this eye vitamin for better vision, plays a major role in reducing and preventing eye strain.

For instance, in a double – blind study, (the gold standard of research studies), Astaxanthin was shown to improve accommodation power, (the ability of the eyes to adjust and adapt so that we can see near and distant objects clearly, and there was also a reduction in the symptoms of eye fatigue for research participants who took Astaxanthin for a 4 week period.

The findings of this particular study revealed that Astaxanthin reduced eye fatigue and also allowed for faster recovery of the visual system from too much close up work.

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5-Minute Protein Pancakes – Articles – LifeTime WeightLoss

We all love our carbs, right? But they’re not always ideal at breakfast, especially when you have weight or fat loss goals. Plus, sometimes eating a carb-rich breakfast may just end up creating more cravings or leave you with a midmorning crash. 

So what’s a human to do when you’re fiercely craving carbs in the a.m., but you know they might leave you feeling not-so-good?

Make protein pancakes!

We know there are a ton of options out there these days for protein pancakes, but let us just say that this recipe was created by a dietitian (who is also a master trainer) and it’s been taste-tested countless times. Yep, it was so good that we all decided it was share-worthy. So we know you’ll not only enjoy every morsel of your pancakes, but also that they’ll turn out perfect and leave you feeling completely satisfied.

And if you’re in the mood for a little something extra to top these protein-rich beauties off, then try one — or all three — of the amazing toppings below. They include a high-protein, high-fat and superduper tasty option, too.            



Servings: 2


  • 1 large (organic) egg
  • ¼ cup vanilla Grass-Fed Whey Protein
  • 2 Tbsp. organic coconut flour
  • ¼ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • ¼ tsp. baking powder
  • ¼ tsp. baking soda


  1. Beat all ingredients together on low until protein powder is dissolved.
  2. Spray skillet with non-stick coconut oil spray.
  3. Pour mix onto skillet to desired pancake size and fry on medium heat until thoroughly cooked.
  4. You should end up with about 2 big pancakes or 4 small pancakes. Amount varies slightly by desired size of pancake.


Calories: 169 | Protein: 14g | Fat: 8g | Carbs: 10g



High-protein: ½ scoop Grass-Fed Whey Protein, 1 scoop Life Greens, and add water or almond/coconut milk as need to find preferred consistency.

High-fat: 1 Tbsp. nut butter, 1 scoop Life Greens, and add water or almond/coconut milk as need to find preferred consistency. Note: use 2 Tbsp. PB2 in place of nut butter.

Superduper tasty stuff: ½ scoop Grass-Fed Whey Protein, 1 Tbsp. nut butter, 1 scoop Life Greens, and add water or almond/coconut milk as need to find preferred consistency.

Want more breakfast ideas? Try these.



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Music Video Jack – Gone (Official Visual)

Deion Mcglen Odom, aka JACKAVELI is sure to be one of the most most prestigious artist to emplimant style and diversity for 2018. Stemming from Germantown, Maryland, JACK has been writing since he was 13, but started taking the music industry serious around the age of 17. To have the experience of living all around the DMV area, Jack grew up mainly in PG County with his single mother raising both his youngest and older brother. At this point in this future mogul’s life, traveling on tours internationally, becoming a philanthropist, inspiring troubled youth, and creating a new wave of music is how Jack wants his legacy to start. Working a 9-5 and going to school did not pan out the way Jack planned, so music is the main option for 2018. Expect nothing but greatness from Jack and watch how hard work and dedication brings success through his music to please craving audiences globally!

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