When I'm feeling sick, I'm much more likely to pop open a can of chicken noodle soup and pour a glass of orange juice than reach for the Tylenol Cold + Head. Maybe I just like eating, or maybe it's because I believe that food holds the power to make us feel great and fuel our every move. Nevertheless, it's my thing, and I've always been curious to see if there were foods that could help elevate those annoying and minor common health complaints. You know, like just feeling tired and dealing with
If your day starts with Nutella on toast or ends with take out at your favourite pizza place, you may want to avert your eyes.Instagram account Calorie Brands has redesigned our favourite junk food labels, shifting the nutrition info typically hidden in tiny print on the back to where we can’t ignore it - its logo.While these numbers represent the amount of calories in an entire container, not a single serving, it doesn’t take away from the devastating discovery of how many calories you’re actually ingesting when you’re snacking your way through “Game of Thrones.”Click through the gallery above to see the “redesigned” snacks and tweet us @YahooStyleCA to let us know the amount of calories in your favourite!
Greek yogurt will provide you with muscle-building protein, while anti-oxidant rich berries add a natural sweetness and the fibre will keep you feeling full for a few hours. Swap out Greek yogurt for a dairy-free alternative, or add some cooked quinoa.
(All photos via Instagram/eatyrheartsout)“It’s not you, it’s me.” “We tried.”“I am damaged.”These are just a few of the breakup one-liners that New Yorker Isabella Giancarlo has heard over the years. “Break-ups are often so fraught with awkwardness, cliches, and lines that stay with us long after they’ve been said,” she said in an interview with BuzzFeed. “My aim is to allow people to engage with break-up feelings in a new way.”ALSO SEE: This Instagram account combines two of your favourite things: Drake and cakeInstead of weeping over these failed romances, Giancarlo decided to eat them away by putting the words on delicious baked goods, which she then posts on her Instagram account, Eat Your Heart Out. The results are both hilarious and tasty.Click through the gallery above to see some of the best one-liners she’s served up so far and let us know if you’ve got any of your own by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
All images via Instagram/skelotimYep, you heard that right. Tim O, a makeup artist and Instagram star has been using some of his favourite snacks to inspire his looks. “I love getting inspired by bags of chips,” he says in one post. “The colors always look bomb.”Click through the gallery above to see looks inspired by Funyuns, Ruffles, Pop Tarts and more! Let us know your thoughts by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.