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Friday Wrap UP

139: Lucky Girl Syndrome

Today Nikki talks about the new social media and TikTok trend “ Lucky Girl Syndrome” Nikki talks about what it is, the pros, the cons, and her personal thoughts on it. Why she thinks the pros outweigh the cons.

At 12:00 mark Nikki talks from the heart why she thinks the pros of Lucky Girl Syndrome outweighs the cons.

Lucky Girl Syndrome links and Affirmations discussed in episode. "I Am" Positive Affirmation Card Deck Lucky Girl Syndrome Affirmations: I am so lucky Everything works out for me I'm always in the right place at the right time Things happen easily, effortlessly and naturally for me I always get what I want

I Am Positive Affirmation Card Deck I Am Positive Affirmation Cards. Our thoughts create our reality. Where your intention goes, energy flows so why not program your mind to think positive thoughts daily with these positive "I Am" affirmation cards. Positive affirmations are a form of self-care. Practicing daily affirmations can help you overcome fear and self-doubt, motivate you, change your negative thought patterns into positive ones, influence your subconscious mind to access new beliefs, and help you feel positive about yourself and boost your confidence.

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The Benefits of Pickles

I have been hearing a lot recently about all the benefits pickles have. Pickles, yes, that household staple and can be found in a lot of our homes.

Recently, though, pickle juice has been touted as a nutritional superfood and a low-calorie sports drink. You can even buy it by the bottle—sans pickles.

However, pickle juice is also high in sodium: A 3.5-ounce serving can contain roughly 500 mg of sodium, if not more. That's a large slice of the recommended daily intake (2300 mg) for the mineral.

Sodium can be benefitial to some people and in some circumstances, but it can also contribute to high blood pressure and other health problems.

Benefits of Pickles:

Athletic performance

Pickle juice has been called a natural Gatorade, and it's been utilized by athletes looking to cut down on sugary sports drinks. It is true that athletes might benefit from pickle juice because of its high sodium content, Cynthia Sass, RD, Health contributing nutrition editor, tells Health.

Muscle cramps

A 2010 study from North Dakota State University found that muscle cramps could be resolved in a minute and a half with 1.5 oz of pickle juice for every 100 pounds of body weight.


Pickles are very high in sodium, which can be great for increasing hydration before and after a workout.

Relief from stomach aches

This is because some stomach pain is caused by low acidity, which the addition of vinegar can restore.

Hangover helper

Pickle juice might also be the answer for your hangovers because of their water and sodium content, which can help restore electrolytes.

Of course, I am not recommending drinking to the extent of having a hangover. But if you do find yourself with a bit of blah feeling after a night of too many drinks, some pickle juice or pickles but just be the cure.

Benefits of Lifting Weights

Why women shouldn’t fear strength training!

✨ Helps manage blood glucose

✨Reduces levels of chronic inflammation

✨Increases strength, power, and endurance

✨Sharpens brain health

✨ Maintains bone and muscle health

✨ Promotes heart health

Quick leg burner:

15 around the world lunges ( both legs)

10 calf raises

20 kettle bell swings

Repeat 3-5x

Happy Valentine's Day!!!

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