Even models indulge.
Do not try this at home.
This is how Emily gets that body.
Gives a whole new meaning to "liquid diet."
Get back in shape for spring semester.
So that's how you get runway ready.
These are SO easy, we promise.
Green tea alone isn't enough.
And they won't leave you hungry. PRAISE!
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"I grew up always having dessert after dinner. Always."
We'd never ask you to give up pizza.
This tea can actually cause your birth control pill to be defective.
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She became famous for living and partying in the land of greasy pizza, soft pretzels, sno cones and giant happy hour drinks. She clearly hasn't been indulging in any of that lately, though, because the celeb just Tweeted out a pic of her newly super fit physique.
It's closely modeled after the Weight Watchers' point system, and was released in detail today. What do you think about Jessica's weight loss and crash dieting -- is this the secret to the perfect Daisy Duke bod?
The key to staying healthy and positive, is making small (but powerful) changes. The classic "try this, not that" plan. And since no one going to tell you to put down your drink this season, here are some great options that will keep you rocking into 2013.
We always hear about all the new fad diets the celebs are constantly trying, and we always try to follow our favorite celeb's sworn by plans!
It's my last day of the Special K Challenge, and let me just tell you, I feel fantastic. I know I hit some rough patches with the pasta, and it was next to impossible to resist drunk eating, but I did it!
Let me just start off by saying that I'm not usually one for fad diets, but I'm going to be in a wedding soon, and I just can't seem to kick start my workout routine.
When tax day rolled around in April, I heard people complaining about their taxes everywhere I went.
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More and more nutritionists are suggesting a practice called mindful eating as a way break these habits. So, what is mindful eating? Although it has only become popular recently, mindful eating is by no means new. The concept is rooted in Buddhist philosophy. It’s almost like a kind of meditation involving food.
Just like everyone else, this year I pledged to finally start working out and eating better. Part of it is vanity -- who doesn't want to look good in a bikini at the beach this summer? -- but the other part is knowing that, as I get older, I have to start taking care of myself if I want to live a long, healthy life. The problem is, I've always had a hard time getting (and staying) motivated -- but not anymore!
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The better you treat your body, the better you will feel. The better you feel, the more successful you’ll be in school and the more energy you’ll have for the really fun stuff. Read on to learn how you can use the latest discoveries in health and fitness to stay healthy, happy, and motivated this school year.
Up until I was 19-years-old, I lived my life as a happy carnivore. I ate meat daily, just like most people do. I always preferred a plate of vegetables over a hot dog, but I never really imagined cutting it out of my life entirely. And then I read a book called Skinny Bitch, discovered what apparently really goes on in slaughter houses, and changed everything about my eating habits.
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Well, this is it. My last week of a whole month without deep-fried goodies. It’s been beneficial, but it’s also been pure hell.
With Memorial Day just around the corner, summer BBQs are a-comin' and with them, beer, hot dogs, potato salad, chips and dip... It's all going to tempt me beyond belief, especially once I have a few cocktails. So in an effort to maintain what I've worked so hard for, I've come up with a BBQ Game Plan.
For the first time in weeks, I don’t have any dreams about mozzarella sticks. I don’t wake up longing for the crunchy taste of hash browns in my mouth. I don’t even want a chicken wing....that much.
I’ll admit it. I cheated. On Wednesday, I had 13 fries and two chicken nuggets from McDonald’s. I feel like Kanye the morning after he dissed Taylor Swift at the Grammys.