What Are Hip Dips? Hip dips are the inward indentations along the side of your body, where the hip bone meets the top of the thigh. They are a normal part of your bone structure. “Hip dips are not a sign of being healthy, unhealthy, overweight or underweight,” although the amount of body fat and muscle mass can make hip dips more pronounced. (1) What Is the Cause of Hip Dip? Hip dips (also known as “hip divots” and “violin hips”) are caused by the shape of your pelvis. And these “dips” are a normal part of how God designed...
Every month we as women go through that ultra fun cycle of hormones, bloating, cravings, mood swings, and fatigue. It's such a blast, right?!
The bad news is, we have to deal with PMS every month for about 40 years. Sigh. The good news, though, is there is TASTY RELIEF to help pacify PMS!
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