The Flash review

the flash is a tv show about the fastest man alive first appearing in the dc comics, and I have been hooked to it because it has amazing twists and plots and most importantly a lot of action and well-written villains and in my opinion the best villain is Eobard Thawn aka the reverse flash he’s the flashes arch nemesis going as far as killing his mom after going back in time, and by the way flashes name is Barry Allen (Bartholomew west Allen)

and the first 2 seasons have been the best in my honest opinion however I’m not implying that the other seasons were bad, no but the first two were the most well written

and season 5 that is going is quite promising. and yes I do recommend this show to anyone who loves action, superheroes, and drama.

and the love of Barry Allen is iris west Allen and their team right now has 8 members one of the most important ones are killer frost,vibe,elongated man.

If you could pass a law right now, what would it be, and why?

the law to prosecute people who abuse dogs, like a law that would mandate you to be respectful to animals, I know that some laws like that exist but this one would have a 1000 dollar fine the reason I’m behind this idea because have seen so many dogs getting abused around the world/killed.

the other law would be the law that prohibits the eating of certain animals like cats and dogs my reason behind this is that dogs are a mans best friend and not food there are many types of food other than dogs that are far better for health and for the dogs this is a big issue especially in Asian countries

and the third law and the last one would be the law that makes you clean after your dog when you bring them out for a walk my parents and I do this all the time we have a bag that we grab the dogs poo with and then dump it into the trash because it is a terrible sight and not very pleasing and dirties the city up.

What has made you angry recently?

What has made me angry recently are rules and laws that Caspian has to obey. No matter how much we try to raise money or do things, we always seem to get blocked at every turn, even if we have had a lot of help to begin with. It just seems to be never ending; yet no matter how much we argue or share our frustrations, we still love each other and always find a way. Even when I have a lot of health wise kicking in, I know he can’t be there to help, that he is frustrated with his job and family rules and the law that they follow. Not having any money to do anything doesn’t help the situation either. That makes me angrier, as I’m working so hard but I’m just not getting anywhere, even though I’m trying my best to do everything that I can.

The second thing that has made me feel so angry are people who think I should apologise for something that I did, when it was their own actions that caused me to do that thing in the first place. That makes me angry; I hate when people think that they are so important just because they have the highest status. You wonder if they’re actually for real, because they show many signs of being frauds. Then they deny that they are abusing you, but abuse comes across in lots of categories, mental abuse is one of them and I should know.

my eating habits

HOW OFTEN should we eat:
Many studies have looked at the physiological effects consuming 3 meals versus 5 meals per day has on the human body. A recent review has summarized the literature and found that many of the studies were done in different models and populations. As such, it is important to keep these variables in mind when reading and interpreting these studies.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the meal trifecta, was once the main approach to planning out meals. Studies show that consuming a diet with 3 meals spaced throughout the day rather than several small meals spaced throughout the day improved appetite control and increased the resting metabolic rate (RMR). These endpoints, appetite control and RMR, can be extremely relevant markers for long term weight management.

Eating 2 larger meals (breakfast and lunch) throughout the day also proved beneficial for individuals suffering from type 2 diabetes. The authors found that while the larger meals caused a spike in glucose and insulin following a meal, eating two larger meals rather than 6 smaller meals led to overall improved glycemic control throughout the day and reduced body weight.