Howdy, I'm Brian

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MIS Major at University of Houston.
Formerly from Texas A&M.

Houston,TX.
Alaskan.
22.
I'm a twin.

Martial Artist- Vovinam, Book Worm, Rock Climbing Enthusiast, Soccer Player, Music/ Adrenaline Junkie, Snowboarder, TV Show/ Movie Addict, & Nerd

Currently Reading:It's kind of a funny Story & Red Dragon

I love comics, rockclimbing, soccer, and Vovinam.

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Usher Young Justice
Kina Grannis The Big Bang Theory
Luke Bryan White Collar
Eli Young Band Suits
Jimi Hendrix Community
Childish Gambino Spartacus
Allen Stone Legend of Korra
John Legend Samurai Jack
Miguel Dexter
Maroon 5 Justice League
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B.B. King Mad Men
Musiq Soulchild The Batman
The Strokes Batman:TAS
Young The Giant Batman: Beyond
Marques Houston Teen Titans
The XX Doctor Who
Carlos Santana Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Macklemore Sherlock
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THE BEST COOKIE RECIPES :D

The Brownie Cookie Recipe

Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Crème Brûlée Cookies

Butterscotch Apple Pudding Cookies

Deep Dish S’mores Cookies

Buckeye Brownie Cookies

Caramel Stuffed Truffle Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Whoopie Pies

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Sandwiches

Deep Dish Milky Way Cookies

I have such a culinary boner right now.

Fuck me

need to reblog this for future use.

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No Bake Chocolate Eclair Dessert

SWEET JESUS I’M GOING TO MAKE THIS.

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Round 4!!
 
Here is another list of health recipes. I got HERE if you want to check out the last 3 rounds I did here are links below. 

Round 1

Round 2
Round 3
A list of recipes on my blog HERE
 
Hope you Enjoy! 100 health recipes you can learn in under 15 minutes. 

Fruit recipes

Appetizer recipes

Beverage recipes

Dessert recipes

Main dish recipes

Poultry and meat recipes

Main dish recipes

Sandwich recipes

Fish and shellfish recipes

Main dish recipes

Pasta recipes

Main dish recipes

Vegetable recipes

Appetizer recipes

Main dish recipes

Rice and Grain recipes

Bread recipes

Main dish recipes

Bean and legume recipes

Main dish recipes

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Good Snacks.

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i am the porridge queen

Yum.

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Abs are made in the kitchen! If you’re not eating clean.. you’re not gonna lose the belly fat! There is NO such thing as spot-reduction in regard to fat loss. You cannot pick and choose where your body loses fat with any special exercise (not even thousands of crunches!). You lose fat systematically all over through proper nutrition and exercise. There are no secrets.. only hard work and smart eating <3

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In the moments before people begin to binge eat, they often feel some kind of negative emotion – from sadness to anxiety to loneliness. Does binge eating make them feel better? Why do some people have an urge to eat when they’re down while others don’t? New research released online this month investigates how the brain reacts to food when people with bulimia are experiencing negative emotion. 

Researchers at UCLA gathered data on a small group of women with and without Bulimia Nervosa. They showed the women pictures of a chocolate milkshake or water and gave them tastes of both, all the while examining images of their brain using an fMRI. Women with bulimia nervosa who reported experiencing negative emotion just before the experiment exhibited greater neural activation in their brains (putamen, caudate, and palladium) in anticipation of the milkshake. In other words, when a bulimic woman is sad, for example, her brain reacts strongly to the thought of drinking a milkshake. The specific parts of the brain that were activated are associated with our “reward circuitry.”

The authors suggest that a bulimic person’s brain may become conditioned to make a strong connection between experiencing a negative emotion and having a craving to binge. This means that, for women with bulimia, simply feeling sad can trigger the brain to crave food. However, the brain did not react in the same way when these women actually tasted the milkshake, only when they saw the picture of it and anticipated drinking it.

The authors suggest that this might help explain why it’s so hard for people with bulimia to resist temptation when they’re feeling down (e.g. staying away from a fast food restaurant with tempting signs). And at the same time, they aren’t satisfied with a few tastes and end up binging in an effort to feel as good as they had hoped at the first sight of the food. The study is one of the first to examine images of the brain in women with bulimia.

As a result, it’s a preliminary finding – the sample was small and nobody actually engaged in binge eating during the experiment. Nevertheless, the study sheds light on how neural activity in the brain is related to why people may crave food when they’re feeling down, be unsatisfied by the first few tastes, and end up binge eating.”

By Sumati Gupta, PhD.

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