Being Fat!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hello Peeps

Being fat is FAT really a word i wish it wasn’t as i have was always been  called fat my whole  school life which made me feel so great about myself NOT .

I have always been on the Large side .

I remember one day after school i came home ran up to my bedroom and prayed to god to make me thin like the model i saw on tv as i couldn’t take being called FAT and UGLY anymore i was made to hate myself which looking back was so sad .

Years on from then i still am fighting with myself on certain things i not happy with

So from tomorrow 6th feb 2017 I’m starting the silmming world diet plan with help from friends and family i no i will get to where i want to be .

I need to lose at least 6 stones which then will be a healthy weight for me .

 

Please dont get me wrong i love who i have become a beautiful plus size woman but for health reasons i need to lose weight.

And i want to take you lovely people on my journey with me .

Im going to be uploading weekly diet videos on my channel

 

and on here I’m going to be recording my weekly progress and how I’m feeling and if i have lost anything and so on

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Love

Helen x

 

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How/What to feed your rabbit

hi my lovelies

 

no i haven’t gone off makeup lol but someone i was talking to a few weeks ago was talking about rabbits and how people buy them to keep up with the jones as the saying go and really don’t no how to look after them and then they rehome them to there nearest rabbit home where there is already loads looking for new homes so for the next few blog posts I’m going to make them about rabbits as i would love to help people who truly love there rabbit and want the best for them I’m not saying what i say is the best but its how i treat my rabbit and he’s doing great .

Steps!!!!!!!

1.Give your rabbit plenty of hay. Hay is the most important part of your rabbit’s diet, since it provides lots of fiber to aid digestion. A grass hay such as Timothy should be available at all times, allowing the rabbit to eat as much as he or she wants. You can add a variety of hays to encourage more hay consumption. Blue, Brome, Rye, Fescue, Orchard, and Timothy hay can make an tasty blend. Alfalfa can also be offered as an occasional treat to adult rabbits, and should be the primary hay given to babies.

2.Keep your rabbit supplied with fresh water. Like all animals, rabbits need fresh water. You can use a heavy bowl or a water bottle. Some rabbits prefer one over the other. A water bottle may need to be changed less frequently than a bowl, which can easily collect rabbit hair and other pollutants. Either will need to be changed and cleaned regularly. A stuck nozzle or broken water bottle can easily go unnoticed. Make sure to do a quick daily check of your water bottle. A simple push of your finger on the nozzle will help ensure it is working properly. Look for greens that are dark in color, like dandelion, chicory, parsley, romaine lettuce and cilantro. Always buy organic lettuce. Wash the greens thoroughly before giving them to the rabbit. Depending on your rabbit’s needs, sometimes you should only give greens once a week, but most rabbits like lettuce or other greens as one of their two meals every day. The other meal should be pellets (don’t forget that hay should always be excessible).

3. Supplement your rabbit’s diet with a good quality pellet. Contrary to popular belief, pellets are in fact the least important part of a healthy rabbit diet. Note: Even when you are planning on changing your bunny to a healthier pellet, do so gradually, mixing in more of the new with the old over a months time. This will prevent serious digestive upsets. Feed your adult rabbits a small amount of pellets daily, about 1/4 cup for every five pounds of body weight. Babies that are weaned should have unlimited alfalfa based pellets because alfalfa has extra calories.

4.Keep your rabbit supplied with fresh water. Like all animals, rabbits need fresh water. You can use a heavy bowl or a water bottle. Some rabbits prefer one over the other. A water bottle may need to be changed less frequently than a bowl, which can easily collect rabbit hair and other pollutants. Either will need to be changed and cleaned regularly. A stuck nozzle or broken water bottle can easily go unnoticed. Make sure to do a quick daily check of your water bottle. A simple push of your finger on the nozzle will help ensure it is working properly.

All i have you used in this blog on got from well known vets sites and use myself.

I’m now going to list some of the veg i feed my rabbit.

Vegetables:

Alfalfa, radish & clover sprouts
Basil
Beet greens (tops)
Bok choy
Broccoli (mostly leaves/stems)
Brussels sprouts
Carrot & carrot tops
Celery
Cilantro
Clover
Collard greens
Dandelion greens and flowers (no pesticides)
Endive
Escarole
Green peppers
Kale
Lettuce: Romaine, Red or Green leaf (no iceberg or light colored leaf)*
Mint
Mustard greens
Parsley
Pea pods (the flat edible kind)
Peppermint leaves
Raddichio
Radish tops
Raspberry leaves
Spinach
Watercress

 

i hope this help you rabbit owners out there big hugs to all my followers x

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