Roman Reigns Super Diet

Roman Reigns rocks a super physique. Here are a few of his diet tips to stay solid.

  • Smaller portions multiple times a day. Don’t stuff yourself with 2 meals a day.
  • No sweets. Fight the urge, as this is really the downfall of good diets for getting fit.
  • Eat in, cook often. You know what you are putting into your body if you made it yourself.
  • Hit the gym.
  • Keep a good balance.
Roman Reigns Diet
Roman Reigns Diet

http://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/nutrition/the-roman-reigns-diet-20150819

University of Florida – Obesity Study

Two groups consumed the same amount of calories. The overweight-obese group were found to eat less plant based foods (translated to mean overweight-obese individuals were consuming more processed foods, junk food, and sugars).

“Consumers should stick with what we have known for decades and eat fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables,” – Susanne Talcott

http://news.ufl.edu/2009/10/21/phytochemicals/

Adele’s Weight Loss

Congratulations on Adele’s weight loss journey.

Changes that work for Adele:

  • Vegetarian diet
  • Jogging with dog
  • Quit smoking
  • Cut drinking down to once a week
  • Stop obsessing about being skinny

A simple change to healthy habits go a long way. We all have a lot to learn from Adele’s diet success.

Scarlett Johansson Refutes Weight Loss Rumors

Scarlett Johansson has every right to be mad about the rumors that she’s lost 14 pounds for her role in Iron Man 2. In her recent press photos, she does not need to lose an ounce of weight. Imagine her losing 14 lbs would be disastrous for her frame and body.

Kudos to her for setting the facts straight. No number on a weight scale ever defines who you are. There are no weight numbers for feeling fit, toned, healthy and comfortable in your own skin.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/dailydish/detail?blogid=7&entry_id=48579

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A Drive Thru Diet? Seriously?

The new “Drive Thru Diet” tag line from Taco Bell deserves a good laugh. It is always a bit of a stretch to add the word diet to any food menu, or food items unless the target audience is really gullible. Or if and only if the food items have a negative calories count.

Thank goodness a disclaimer is visibility written on every page of the website. “Drive-Thru-Diet® is not a weight-loss program.”

It would be acceptable if they had called it “Drive Thru – Low Calories Menu” and let the customers choose instead of being subjected to this type of brainwashing.

http://drivethrudiet.com/