Hum Nutrition Supplements Can Aide Digestion and Bloating Issues

first_imgThis daily supplement is designed to be taken before you have a major meal. You can use it up to twice per day, and it’s optimal to consume prior to commencing your lunch or dinner. You can also use it in the morning if that’s your reference!This daily supplement is 100% vegan and utilizes naturally-derived ingredients that are all designed to help make your stomach feel at ease. Not only does it aid with digestion, it can significantly reduce bloating. No one likes the feeling of not being able to button up their favorite pair of jeans, but this supplement can help banish that pesky problem. See it!- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.If you’ve ever experienced bloating, you know how uncomfortable it tends to be. It can often be the result of numerous factors — but there’s no denying that digestive issues and stomach bloat can go hand in hand.- Advertisement – Get the Flatter Me daily supplements for just $25, available from HUM Nutrition!What we love most about the make-up of this formula just may be the carb-busting enzymes it contains. Carbs like bread or pasta are some of the hardest foods to break down and process, which is actually what causes that bulging and bloated feeling. The longer a certain food takes to process, the more backed up you’ll feel. This supplement targets that issue specifically, and overall helps your digestive tract work more effectively!We’re planning on consuming a lot of carbs and other rich foods during the holidays, and we know that the Flatter Me supplement can help our systems out when the time comes. Plus, it can help you look better in pictures — which is always a major plus!See it: Get the Flatter Me daily supplements for just $25, available from HUM Nutrition!Not what you’re looking for? Check out all of the supplements available from HUM Nutrition! Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping! While digestive health is often ignored, maintaining it is incredibly important to your overall well-being. Simply put, when your digestion is on point, you will feel healthier. It can also be beneficial when it comes to weight loss. It’s no secret that the digestive system takes a major hit during the holiday season, as we tend to treat ourselves and indulge in comfort foods. That’s why now is the ideal time to give the Flatter Me supplements from HUM Nutrition a try! They will give your digestive system the extra boost that it needs to process savory foods, and make you feel a lot better in the process!Flatter-Me-pillsFlatter Me Hum NutritionSee it!Get the Flatter Me daily supplements for just $25, available from HUM Nutrition!- Advertisement –last_img read more

Al Shabaab attacks Kenyan University, takes students hostage

first_imgPolice officers and other security officials have laid siege around the institution in an attempt to flash out the gunmenThe attack on Garissa University began at around 5:00am local time (02:00 GMT) when students were preparing to go for their morning prayers.The who attackers posed as worshipers entered the university compound early Thursday morning and started shooting at the students indiscriminately and there are fears the toll of those injured could rise.A policeman at the scene told Reuters news agency that some students had been taken hostage.“We can’t tell how many but they are many since the college was in session,” the unnamed policeman is quoted as saying.The Kenya Red Cross said about 50 students had been “safely freed”, but an unknown number were still being held, AFP news agency reports.Students were forced to run for their safety, these ones were coming out of a house they had gone to seek refugeInspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet confirmed the attack and said efforts to restore the situation were ongoing.“Garissa University was attacked early this morning. Elite units from Police and KDF have responded. Updates to follow,” said Boinnet on his Twitter handle.Boinnet said in a statement the gunmen forced their way into the university by shooting at the guards manning the main gate at around 5.30a.m.Students who escaped the attack said there were at least five gunmen. Many other students and teachers were by 8 am still being held hostage.The Institution, Garissa University College where gunmen attacked at dawn when students were going for prayersThe figures of those killed have gone up with some sources reporting 14 while others saying 15. Two guards were confirmed killed at the main university gate, with two policemen and a student among the injured.But eyewitnesses spoke of many casualties inside the building.Kenya Red Cross which has airlifted some Surgeons and and doctors says 30 people were injured, with four having serious injuries, but reports put the figure at 60.There’s heavy security presence in the area with the army and an elite unit of police leading the rescue operations.last_img read more

Playoffs mean 2nd chance to Badgers

first_imgSophomore forward Carolyne Prevost looks at this weekend\’s series with Ohio State as a new beginning for UW.[/media-credit]It’s playoff time. And the playoffs mean fresh starts.Compared with recent seasons, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team skated to a less-than-satisfactory regular season. None of that matters in the playoffs, though, as the slate is wiped clean, and the team gets a second chance to be the number one team of the past couple seasons.Sporting an 18-13-3 overall record and a No. 10 ranking, the squad had an unusually rocky season. Despite the regular season results, the team is confident in the second chance the playoffs provide.“I think everyone is looking at the playoffs as a new [beginning], and obviously we’re going to do that,” sophomore forward Carolyne Prevost said. “Up to this point a team could have lost every game the whole season, and if they win the next seven games they win the NCAA title. We’re all just excited. It’s a time to redeem ourselves for the season that we’ve had, and I think we’re going to do really well.”With a chance to compensate for a consistently inconsistent season, the Badgers are ready to get going; but they are not the only ones with a fresh start — every team is playing to extend its season.Keeping this in mind, the Badgers are focusing on one game at a time.“The playoffs are a fresh start,” junior forward Mallory Deluce said. “Everyone has new records, so we just want to focus on winning our game Friday and worry about each game as it comes. Last year our record didn’t mean anything going into the playoffs, and this year our record doesn’t mean anything.”Despite a mostly lackluster season, the squad is still pulling some inspiration and momentum from the season’s highlights.Wisconsin ended its season in yet another series split with Minnesota.Although it did not pull through with a sweep, interim head coach Tracey DeKeyser believes the win over the No. 3 Golden Gophers will give the team confidence for the postseason and the challenge that lies ahead.“I think we are using the regular season to some degree to give us some momentum for the playoffs in that our split with Minnesota last weekend is a good indicator that we can play and beat anybody in the country. Hopefully our players believe in that and build on that.”While the playoffs may be a fresh start for everyone, it is different for the Badgers to be heading in as No. 10 rather than somewhere near the top.The underdog feeling is something this squad is not used to.“I think now we’re finally the underdog which this program is not really used to; but you know, kind of going back to the basics now,” junior defender Geena Prough said. “Hard work and good play is going to win us a hockey game, and I think everyone is definitely ready for that.”Being number one can sometimes be daunting. There can be a want to relax, but there is a lot of pressure to stay on top. Being lower in the rankings can also provide more pressure coupled with more motivation to fight towards the top.But sitting at No. 10, the Badgers are still unsure if they will make it to the NCAA tournament not being one of the top eight.Prevost noted that it feels much different than in the past when the Badgers sat in first.“I think there’s actually more pressure right now because we’re so close to making the NCAA top eight teams. It’s definitely a different situation than last year,” she said. “It’s almost more exciting because it’s playoff hockey, anything can happen and we’re just looking forward to it.”Second chances are hard to come by, but with the fresh start that the playoffs provide, the Badgers are fully embracing their chance to prove they can be the national championship team they have been in the past.And to prove what it can do, Wisconsin has to play that championship style.“You hate to say ‘must win’ games because that’s pressure in and of itself, but we understand that we don’t want these to be our last two games or three games of our season,” DeKeyser said. “So that should be great incentive for our players and our coaches in preparing for the games and just leaving it all on the ice.”last_img read more


first_imgColm “Gooch” Cooper, winner of four All Ireland football medals with Kerry, who visited Loreto Community School yesterday.The GAA star officially opened the Outdoor Challenge Centre and launched the AIB “Build a Bank” for Transition Years in the school.He also took the school teams for coaching sessions.  COLM ‘GOOCH’ COOPER OPENS MILFORD SCHOOL’S OUTDOOR CHALLENGE CENTRE – PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: November 5th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AIBColm CooperGoochLoreto Milfordlast_img read more