Actress Michelle Pfeiffer revealed she was unwittingly drafted into a cult during the early 1980s. Her teachers believed in the extreme practice of breatharianism, which involves “eating” only air and sunlight.
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Carrie star Julianne Moore covers Health magazine this month and gave up some secrets about how she stays looking so good at 52.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence appears on the November cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK and in the feature piece she lets loose again on the criticisms of her weight that she faced earlier in her career. Read her recollection of one particularly humiliating episode and her reaction that was so quote worthy it inspired us to make a poster. Katniss Everdeen don’t play y’all!
People are always hoping there is a miracle “cure” to weight loss, and the latest solution to conquer willpower is forced suffering. It’s possible now to get a doctor to sew a patch onto your tongue that makes it too painful to eat solid food.
Kate Upton’s personal trainer thinks all women can get smokin’ hot bodies. Better yet, his diet and exercise tips really aren’t that outrageous.
Just like Betty on Mad Men, women in the 1960s eagerly turned to fad diets to lose weight. But, hey! Wouldn’t you be more willing to “lose weight” if there was such as thing as the Drinking Man’s Diet?
Jim Bob and Josh Duggar decide to lose weight… But, then comes the hard part. In tonight’s episode of 19 Kids and Counting the men are whipped into shape.
Anticipation of Gwyneth Paltrow’s new cookbook is building as its April release approaches. Unfortunately for Paltrow, much of the excitement surrounding the book seems to be because of all the snarking opportunities it promises to provide. As we previously reported, the book, inappropriately titled
If we each got a nickel for every time a new diet comes into existence, then we would all be rich. Some of these diets lose traction as soon as the first cookie comes into sight. However, a few other diet regimens seem to have real merit that make them worth considering. The Aztec Diet falls into the latter category.
Would you rather have a spoonful of peanut butter or a bucket full of celery? If that just sound like the world’s worst “would you rather” question, it’s time to think again. Both snacks weigh in at 200 calories, so it’s up just a matter of how far your want those calories to stretch: a long way (such as with celery) or a short way (such as with peanut butter).
That point is really being driven home thanks to a new photo series from wiseGEEKS, “What Does 200 Calories Looks Like?”