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10 Types Of Food You Should Not Eat 2 Weeks To Your Wedding

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Every lady’s dream is to remain hot and sexy which is a major reason why some of the disciplined ladies are always conscious of what they eat so that they do not go out of shape.

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Another good reason to be disciplined about what goes into your mouth is when planning your wedding days. There is some food that a bride to be should stay away from a few days to her big day.

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Your wedding dress fits, your skin is co-operating, the big day is almost here the last thing you want is to jinx it and become a bloated or pimply bride. Never fear, we have tracked down the 10 biggest food culprits. Just say no to them like two weeks before your wedding and you will look and feel your best.

1. Salty food: cut down the salt intake in your food. Sodium makes you retain water so you’ll feel and look puffy. By all means, stay away from potato chips. Not only do they contain outrageous amounts of salt, but it is very addictive.

2. Sweets: Artificial sugar makes you gain weight. Even if that is your aim, sugar is not the right way to do it. Your blood glucose spikes and you have a brief high, but then your energy drops, you get cranky and start craving more sugar. On top of that, it does your skin no favors – a dull complexion and breakouts are not cute.
3. Beans: The effects of beans are famous. They contain a complex sugar that can only be broken down by bacteria in the colon. By-product: gas, lots of it. The kind that will bring tears to the eyes of your guests as you walk down the aisle… for all the wrong reasons.
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4. Fatty foods: We know, they’re the yummiest. Get your eyes off the picture for a second and ponder this. Fatty foods digest slowwwwly. They’ll stay in your tummy for longer, and you’ll feel too full around the tummy while wearing your once-upon-a-time-perfect-fit dress.

5. Carbonated drinks: Basically any drinks with bubbles. Soda, sparkling water and even champagne must be saved for later. The bubbles are pockets of air that’ll make you feel all gassy and belchy. This are the most dangerous junks anyone can ever take. It has no benefits.

6. Alcohol: Anyone can testify to how puffy they feel the morning after they’ve had a little too much. Alcohol can cause water retention, irritate your stomach, make you anxious the next day and make your face look bloated and puffy. All enough reason to abstain for two weeks and then enjoy the toast on D-day.

7. Dairy: Not everyone is lactose-intolerant but with people of African descent making up the majority, this is good advice. For those who are, dairy products will make you bloat and set up camp in the bathroom. They are also notorious for worsening acne in some people. That creamy ice cream just isn’t worth it Fam

8. Cruciferous vegetables: Surprising right? Veggies like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and (gasp!) even the beloved kale contain a lump of sugar that will give you gas like beans. Now, these vegetables are actually very nutritious and full of cancer-blasting antioxidants, but on your wedding day, you want a flat tummy. Eat a little and choose cooked to help break down the sugar, instead of raw.

9. Caffeine: Coffee and black tea in addition to taking away sleep, can make you anxious. The last thing you need is more anxiety on a day that is naturally fraught with it.

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10. Chewing gum: In addition to the sugar in it, chewing gum also makes you swallow air, which equals bloating. It also happens when you drink too fast or use a straw.

The best advice is to have a high fiber meal with fruit for breakfast, like oatmeal and bananas. For lunch, a good salad with healthy lean protein and a little complex starch all prepared in a healthy way (i.e. no frying, easy on the oil and salt). For dinner, keep it light, so less fat and crabs.

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Model Who Allegedly Run Away In Paris Exposes Her Manager

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Grace Ama Mensimah Amponsah

A few days ago we reported on the story of a Ghanaian model identified as Miss. Grace Ama Mensimah Amponsah and also the winner of Ghana’s 2019 Next Super Model competition running away after she touched down in Paris.

According to our earlier report, Miss Grace Ama Mensimah Amponsah who is booked to walk the runway in Paris soon after arriving run away from the hotel after his management had stepped out to buy some foodstuffs. Leaving behind only her bag containing her clothes.

Further inquiries have discovered that Grace Ama planned the escaped with her family particular her mother.

Well, in a new development, the model has come out to explain she did not run away as her management has come out to explain.

Speaking with Da Don on Hitz Fm, she revealed that prior to their departure from Ghana, her manager known as Spark Julius Zuta tried to sleep with her but she didn’t allow him but rather reported it to her dad who asked her to forget about the incident because he would speak with him.

On why she ran away from the hotel she disclosed that in France they were just given one room for them to share but fearing what had happened earlier between her and her management she had to just move to a friends place to stay.

She went on to say the press statement released by the management was just fake because they feared she might come out to say what transpired between them a day before their trip to Paris.

She further added that on their trip back to Ghana, the manager told her that he released that statement that she had ran away to make her famous.

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How to Send And Request Money With Facebook Messenger In Simple Steps

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Facebook Messenger allows you to send and receive money, as long as you have a debit card issued by a US bank. Once you’ve added your debit card, you can send money to other people on Messenger, or request payment.

This makes paying your friends back for the movie or getting rent from your roommate as simple as a few taps. Sending money on Facebook is a free service and Facebook does not charge any fees.

1. Add Card; Open the Profile (Android) or Settings (iOS) tab in Messenger. You can send and receive money using the Messenger app by adding your debit card to your Messenger account. To begin the process of adding your card, open the Profile or Settings tab in the Messenger app. Adding a card allows Messenger to deposit and withdraw money to and from your checking account. Transfers may take up to five business days to process. Sending and receiving money is a free service in Messenger, and Facebook does not collect any fees. Messenger payments are currently only supported in the US.

2. Tap “Payments” to open the payment method options. You’ll be able to add a debit card from this menu, as well as review your payment history.

3. Tap “Add new debit card” to add your card. Only bank-issued MasterCard and Visa debit cards are currently supported. You cannot use a credit card, pre-paid debit card, or PayPal card.[1]

4. Enter your card information. Enter your debit card number, expiration date, security code, and billing zip code. Tap “Save” once you’re finished. Messenger does not currently support cards from all banks. If your card is not accepted, try again in a week or two to see if support has been added for your bank or credit union.

5. Add a PIN (optional). In the Payments menu, you can set a PIN for the card you added. This PIN will be required whenever money is sent from the device. Don’t use the same PIN as your ATM or use your device’s lock screen passcode.

Sending MoneyEdit

1. Open a conversation with the person you want to send money to. You can start the process from any conversation, including group conversations, as long as the person you want to send money to is in it.

2. Tap the contact’s name in the top of the screen, if there is only one person in the conversation and tap “Send or Request Money”.If there are multiple people in the conversation, you’ll be prompted to select the person you want to send money to.

3. Type the amount of money using the onscreen keyboard. There is no real limit to the amount you can send, though the federal limit for these transfers is $10,000 a day.

4. Enter a reason in the “For” field (optional). You can include a quick note with the payments explaining what it’s for (e.g. “rent” or “tickets”). This is optional.

5. Tap the “Pay” button underneath the (for) box to send the payment. The payment notification will be sent to the conversation, and the recipient can receive the money. The recipient will only be able to receive money if they add a debit card to Messenger as well.

Requesting MoneyEdit

1. Open a conversation with the person you want to request money from. If you have a debit card added to your account, you can request money from your Messenger contacts. Open a conversation with the person you want to request money from. Facebook does not allow you to use Messenger Payments for business transactions. If you use Payments to send or receive money for your business, you will lose access to the Payments feature. This is to avoid potential tax fraud, and because Messenger Payments don’t include protections like a retail payment would.

2. Tap the contact’s name in the top of the screen, if there is only one person in the conversation and tap “Send or Request Money”.If you’re in a conversation with multiple people, you’ll be asked to select the person you want to request money from.

3. Tap the contact’s name in the top of the screen, if there is only one person in the conversation and tap “Send or Request Money”.If there are multiple people in the conversation, you’ll be prompted to select the person you want to request money from.

4. Type the amount of money using the onscreen keyboard.

5. Enter a reason on the “For” line (optional). This can be used to help explain what you’re requesting money for, such as “rent.”

6. Tap the “Request” button underneath the (for) box to request the payee to send the money. This will allow you to send a request for money from the other person. The request will appear in the conversation, and the recipient will be able to approve it. The recipient will need to have a debit card added to their Messenger account to send the money, and you’ll need one to receive it.

7. Wait for confirmation that money has been sent. If the other person approves your request and sends the money, you will be notified in the conversation. If Messenger notifications are enabled, your device will notify you. It may take up to five business days after the request is approved for the money to appear in your bank account.

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20 percent Of Nigerians Mentally Ill : Psychiatrist

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A renowned Consultant Psychiatrist at the Federal Medical Center, Gusau, Zamfara, Dr Aremu Saad, says over 20 percent of Nigerians suffer from different forms of mental illnesses.

Dr. Aremu made this disclosure on Thursday while speaking with journalists, according to NAN.

He also said many of the patients do not know that they were not well due to the negligence of routine medical checks.

He said the figure was part of various mental health care researches conducted by experts in recent years.

“We are also very sure that only about 20 percent of those with the illness has violent tendencies and the illness is curable if medical care is given and the patient adheres to the doctor’s prescriptions.”

He said that the situation was further compounded by the non-passage of Mental Health Bill by the National Assembly.

He said mental illnesses could occur due to drug abuse, genetic transfer, depression, or even if one loses an election, like in recent times in Nigeria.

Aremu then expressed confidence in the passage of the bill on Mental Health, noting that it would address the issues of treatment, facilities, offenders who hide behind mental illness and stigmatization among others.

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