Blair Underwood Loses 20 Pounds

Your body belongs to you, and you can do whatever you want. But do you really want to lose 20 pounds in 2 weeks by starving yourself?

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/showbiz/news/a280524/blair-underwood-lost-20lbs-on-cleanse-diet.html

Blair Underwood took an extreme route to lose 20 lbs fast by not eating. Well, he did have “lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper”.

5:2 Diet

The 5:2 diet has been a success for many celebrities. Some swear by it.

For 5 days of the week, eat what you want. As long as you have 2 days of very limited caloric intake or near starvation.

It helps to retrain the body to burn off glycogen stored as fat once your body is not consuming any foods within a 12 hour period.

Low Carbs or Low Fat? What works?

While both diets lead to weight loss. Studies have shown that  low-carb diets are the clear winner with participants shedding more pounds than participants on a low-fat diet.

Next time you eat, remember to skip the pasta and bread. You are well on your way to losing weight and achieving your weight goals.

http://health.usnews.com/health-news/health-wellness/articles/2015/08/21/whats-better-for-weight-loss-cutting-carbs-or-fat

Michelle Obama Keeping Her Kids’ Weight on Track

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.

Changes include:

  • No more TV on weekdays
  • Replace juice and soda with water
  • Add fruits and vegetables to diet

http://www.mercurynews.com/politics-government/ci_14329472?nclick_check=1

Kevin Federline’s Weight Gain

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.

http://www.clevelandleader.com/node/11490

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.