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5-Minute Face | What’s Up Weekly with Diane | August 23, 2017

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Here's what was up last week!

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Diane: Direct Vlog

On this week's vlog I'm talking makeup! Specifically, Beautycounter's new 5 -Minute Face!

Have you heard?! Beautycounter just released an amazing new set of products called the “5-Minute Face”! Ladies, if you've got 5 minutes in the morning, you can absolutely do this! Today on the vlog, I'm showing you how.

For a full list of products used, click here > 

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Podcast Episode #309: Keto & Carbs, Fasting, Autoimmunity, & Chinese Medicine with Amanda Torres

Topics

  1. Introducing our guest, Amanda from The Curious Coconut {2:01]
  2. Stress and lifestyle [15:18]
  3. Low-carb/ketogenic approach [18:37]
  4. Chinese medicine therapies [25:46]
  5. Intermittent fasting [34:08]
  6. Choosing a Chinese medicine doctor [40:39]
  7. Latin American Paleo Cooking book [48:55]

Tune in or read more >

Diane Sanfilippo & Liz Wolfe | Balanced Bites Podcast | Keto & Carbs, Fasting, Autoimmunity, & Chinese Medicine with Amanda Torres

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New Book! The #21DSD Daily Guide

I'm in the middle of editing my newest book and I just can't wait for you to get your hands on it! The book is available for preorder now, and we have some amazing pre-order gifts planned (releasing in December!) that'll kick you off perfectly for your first few days of your 21DSD so you'll be ready to go when your book arrives!

To pre-order the book click here.


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Balanced Bites Spices – Spaghetti and Meatballs

I love this easy peasy pasta dish by @holistickate! Simply use my ITALIAN spice blend to season grass-fed beef, form into meatballs and serve with a sugar-free pasta sauce over zoodles or gluten-free noodles! BOOM!

Make sure you're following our Balanced Bites Spices Instagram account for more recipe inspiration!

Want to purchase my Balanced Bites Spices? Check them out here! >

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New on the 21DSD Blog

21DSD Roundup | Not-Sweet Sips

When soda and juice are out, and water gets boring, these fantastic not-sweet drinks will wake up your taste buds and give you some sipping variety!

See the recipes >

21-Day Sugar Detox | Recipe Roundup - Not Sweet Sips

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21DSD Testimonial |It Really is Life Changing!

We're excited to introduce Marilee K., a 21DSD alum. Marilee's testimonial is part of a series featuring participants who rocked their 21DSDs!

Read on to hear her full story! >

21-Day Sugar Detox | Testimonial

 


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Highlights from Instagram

Someone recently commented to me thanking me for “not getting political in my posts.” I don’t know if it’s the rebel in me, or simply that it upset me to think that anyone might assume I don’t have things to say about what’s going on in our country right now that I’d like or want to share publicly. I sat for a week trying to figure out how to say anything about this. I debating not saying anything here, because social media isn’t all of my actual life – just because I don’t or didn’t say anything here doesn’t mean it isn’t happening in my real life. But, then it hit me that not saying something isn’t how I want to be. Because while I try to keep my posts on the positive side of things, to be a place to uplift and inspire others, this is simply not okay. And so, here’s what I have to say right now. And I don't honestly see this as a view about politics, it's one about humanity. . I have a lot of really sad, upset, angry, and frustrated feelings going on regarding Charlottesville, and I know I can't truly verbalize them. . What I *can* say is that:
1. I recognize my privilege as a white person. 
I have flown THREE times within the United States without proper identification (once because it was lost, and the other times due to simply forgetting my ID at home). And, each time, it was hardly a problem and I was escorted through security with their “process” but also almost laughingly so. I wouldn't even say it was more difficult than flying with an ID save for a pat down. I know for sure this process would not be the same for anyone other than a white man or woman who looks very clearly white. . 2. I'm horrified to think of how my now passed German Jewish grandmother would have responded to seeing the Nazi representation in such recent news, given any sort of spotlight, and not being 100% condemned by the POTUS. . 3. If there is a way I can be an ally in this to any of you, please help me to know and understand what that looks like. . I am for love and not for hate.
We all bleed the same way.
We are all in this together.
This is not okay. . I know that well-meaning, imperfect words are better than silence. So these are my words.

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