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Actor Channing Tatum says that he gets fat and happy when he's not working on a movie because he loathes dieting. The 34-year-old, who is married to his Step Up co-star Jenna Dewan-Tatum, has revealed that although he has always been a sporty guy, when he's not working on films he doesn't try as hard to keep in shape.
Dr. Oz: Marijuana sold to kids as brownies and snacks, Kim Zolciak's 50-pound diet and workout weight loss secrets Dr. Oz: Marijuana sold to kids as brownies and snacks, Kim Zolciak's 50-pound diet and workout weight loss secrets Dr. Mehmet Oz examined the dangers of edible marijuana and discussed Kim Zolciak's 50-pound weight loss diet and workout secrets on the Sept. 15 episode of the Dr. Oz Show .
There's a lot of talk around the office this week about fasting, after the 5:2 Diet authored by British scientist Dr Michael Mosley aired on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program. The 5:2 Diet incorporates two non-consecutive days of very low-calorie eating, just 500-600 calories or a quarter of your regular calorie intake, followed by five days of regular, normal, non-restrictive eating.
Never Diet Without a Bathroom Scale and Mirror , writes Thomas J. Kane, who directed the Gates Foundation's Measures of Effective Teaching Project, on Brookings' blog. And don't give up on measuring teachers' effectiveness just because it's difficult to do well.
Jennifer Aniston has sculpted her body through the years since her days as the "chubby one" on "Friends." Now fit and fabulous at 45, she is dedicated to following the guidelines of low-carb diets .
Our image of a carnivorous cave man with blood vessels free of plaques, low cholesterol levels and healthy hearts and brains may be wishful thinking. A postmortem study of 137 mummies from four different premodern cultures, found that atherosclerosis rates in hunter-gatherers was not lower than in farmers.
The theory that saturated fat is unhealthy has been around for a number of years, with Ancel Keys' research into diet and cholesterol being a primary part during the mid-1900s. The early research of cholesterol awareness and the nutrients needed to live prompted Keys to theorize that saturated fat, especially from red meat and dairy products is unhealthy.
Kim Kardashian has become known for her dramatic weight loss success using the Atkins diet. But some experts say that losing 30 pounds in two weeks with the high fat low carb diet she's faithfully followed may be harmful to her health, reported Radar Online on Sept.
Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito has become known for his kitchen wizardry. But he's also succeeded in learning the keys to winning at weight loss without feeling deprived.
Garcinia Cambogia was first mentioned by Dr. Mehmet Oz in 2013 as miracle weight loss pill. Pure Garcinia Cambogia now finally released worldwide for online purchase with extra bonus offers.
I was never too sure about that. As I sat eating my eighth piece of bacon for breakfast, I may have felt rather like a pig, but I was not really afraid of waking up the next morning with a flat snout and hoofed feet.
There may be a link between a rare blood type and memory loss in later life, American research suggests. People with AB blood, found in 4% of the population, appear more likely to develop thinking and memory problems than those with other blood groups.
Spring is here and it's the time for fewer layers of clothing. The dreaded word "diet" hits the minds of many.
If you are still young, and gluttony and sloth are the cardinal sins you indulge in -- thinking that it won't affect your health -- think again. Cases of high cholesterol, cardiac diseases and diabetes among the young people are becoming increasingly common.
It's National Peanut Day, and there is no better time to pop a few of these low-cholesterol, high-protein - and not to mention delicious - nuts into your diet than now. Peanuts are a staple of many global cuisines and have achieved remarkable success in the domestic market alone.
A big part of my job involves diving daily into the latest research on food. Although the internet, TV and magazines have given people the tools to become "diet experts," the truth remains that the strongest evidence we have on what to eat and what to skip come from the peer-reviewed journals.
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