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.
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
Most people can stand to eat some more fruit. But, as Ashton Kutcher found out, there’s also too much of a good thing: While preparing for jOBS, a biopic about late Apple founder Steve Jobs, Kutcher adopted a fruitarian diet similar to a diet Jobs adopted at one point in his life, and was briefly hospitalized as a result.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s trainer Tracy Anderson pulled down her pants and was “surprised” because she “looked so good in clothes”
Gwyneth Paltrow and her trainer Tracy Anderson are on the cover of Redbook this month, and while Gwyneth is enamored with Tracy and her results, it seems her methods are a little brutal and humiliating.
Europeans are enjoying a new technology that allows you to taste dessert an other yummy foods without all the calories (and without the chew-spit method.) It’s call “Whaf” and it creates a flavor vapor that you can suck through a straw.
Fit 43-year-old Matthew McConaughey lost 38 pounds this year, mostly buffed-up muscle from playing a stripper in Magic Mike to play an AID patient in The Dallas Buyer’s Club. He went from 181 to 143 in a very short period of time, and of course the process was difficult.
New Pepsi Special soda released in Japan claims to help you lose weight by blocking fat, making you poop
Even though weight loss is really a simple thing (reduce calories in, and increase calories burned) it’s a difficult thing for a human to do, so we’re constantly looking for quick-fix alternatives. We try to find chemicals that taste like sugar, reduce our appetitive, mess with our sense of smell, or increase our metabolism to make the process easier for us. Now Pepsi is introducing a soda to the Japenese market that claims to “block fat.”
What’s the secret ingredient?