One visit to the family pediatrician is all it took to convince Michelle Obama to instill good activity and eating habits into her growing daughters. Being the parent, and the person with the last say, it is important for children to understand they can’t do everything that they want to do because not everything is good for them.
- No more TV on weekdays
- Replace juice and soda with water
- Add fruits and vegetables to diet
Hard to believe if any of this is the true motive behind Kevin Federline’s weight gain. The end result is that he is being cast in the Celebrity Fit Club that comes with a $100,000 payday and extended face time on television.
We don’t want to imagine copycats who could result in serious health problems with sudden weight gains to make easy money by following K-Fed’s foot steps.
We are surrounded by food 24/7. A means to fight these urges for a piece of candy, or a pack of chips is head over to the sink and brush your teeth.
Brushing your teeth helps to keep your mouth refreshed, while killing the urge to eat anything unless you really enjoy the taste of toothpaste (if you have been eating toothpaste since you were a child, you have bigger issues than trying to lose weight).
Brushing your teeth will also remind that you are taking care of your hygiene to look good and to lose weight.
Britney Spears is back in the spot light with a slimmer and healthier body. Over the summer months, she changed her diet to friendly protein and plenty of vegetables. Sticking to chicken is her choice for proteins while shying away from bacon, eggs, and beef. This means also removing all the fatty skins from the chicken, and patting off all the grease before eating. Watch the oil and grease consumption very carefully.
If you were to smudge fingers across your forehead, would you lick the greasy film on your finger? If no, then when you come across a slice of pizza with dripping oil, don’t eat it and opt for something else.
As for soups, Britney Spears has gone clear. Skim off all the oils if they float to the top. No more creamy soups loaded with cheese, potatoes, or carbohydrates.
When having vegetables, stick to the color green.
The only sweet thing in her desserts are fresh fruit. No more cakes and cookies for the new Britney Spears.
Congrats to Britney, who’s realized that watching everything we eat is as important as being active to stay fit and trim.
You are what you eat has many truths. Jessica Alba is a great example of what can be achieved with sensible meal plans and regular exercise.
- Breakfast: oatmeal with berries, and eggs
- Lunch: salad with chicken breast or fish
- Dinner: sushi, or beef, or lean protein
- Snacks: almonds or popcorn
The key is portion control to about 400 calories or less.
If you try this at an all-you-can-eat-buffet, then you have already failed.