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Before (Jan 1 2019)

PEOPLE SAY TO ME WHY BE CALLED CHARLZ, IT’S A BOYS NAME? Before (Jan 1 2016), I needed a mega-complicated viewpoint but on the new season I’ve met some people who have made me appreciate that, in truth, my goal is to make people happy or effect on their lives favorably.

I know that I cannot make everyone happy, in truth sometimes I do the opposite, but it’s a start. I have so many talents and many more troubles in so many areas but saying it like this puts everything under one umbrella. So I’m going to keep it simple. Basically whatever makes me smile and/or helps someone out.

Unique is basically Unique with the first ‘U’ twisted into a ‘C’. This is because I cannot look the same as anyone else and do not actually want to. I rest – I’m too fussy for my very own good). I’m a 16 calendar year-old geek young lady who expresses herself through her fashion statements. I am a British-Ghanaian teenager (with the naturalist hair in the land) taking her GCSEs and who loves to be attended to with a boy’s name, Charlz.

I am a self-confessed, slightly arrogant geek, a sportswoman and a competitive dancer. To state I’m a large, fat (or even taller) ball of contradictions would be an understatement. If I referred to myself in 3 words it’d be crazy, random, and weird. What can I say? I love glasses!). I believe ice cream is perfect for all weathers and I wouldn’t mix myself when I’m hungry. I’m so accident vulnerable it isn’t even funny. But I cannot help joining in with an exercise DVD so when playing sports or shopping I get a boost of energy and both are excellent exercise. I probably know more about style than a fashion which is why I course myself as a style blogger. Year old me You gotta love 8.. I like to believe I am not a stereotype.

  • L’Occitan (9)
  • Does not leave behind any residue
  • Severe head or throat pain
  • What am I looking for
  • 1 oz. aloe vera oil
  • A loose installed white tee
  • A Well-Kept Housekeeper (1991)
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil

You should be cautious to eat enough protein; however, not really much that you will get too much phosphorus. Prepared and packed foods contain high degrees of phosphorus especially. You can also find phosphorus naturally in foods such as poultry, fish, nuts, peanut butter, beans, cola, tea, and dairy products. Usually, each day people on hemodialysis should only have a 1/2 cup of dairy. Your renal dietitian shall offer you more specific information about phosphorus.

You might need to have a phosphate binder such as sevelamer (Renvela), calcium mineral acetate (PhosLo), lanthanum carbonate (Fosrenol), or calcium-mineral carbonate to control the phosphorus in your bloodstream between hemodialysis periods. These medicines become plastic hand bags with zip tops. The phosphorus binder “seals” the phosphorus from food and moves it out through feces, so the phosphorous will not enter the blood stream.