Lopez says: “I don’t train all the time but when I do, I do a regular circuit training which is weights and a little of cardio in between each set. (I eat) everything - just not a lot of it.”
Archive for February, 2005
Shows including The Biggest Loser and Celebrity Overhaul have been accused of turning Australians off exercise.
Celebrity fitness trainer Donna Aston said she feared the shows’ hardline approach could end in tragedy.
“Eating a sensible balanced diet and doing normal, regular amounts of exercise does not make for good TV ratings, so they have to sensationalise it,” [...]
Sneha is managing to balance her career in Tamil and Telugu and says that she will be around for some more time. The actress who is on a strict diet and rigorous work-outs says that she has lost almost 10 kilos as the press had gone to town about her excess weight and flab around [...]
Most participants lose between 12 and 15 pounds per month on the cookie diet, eating six cookies during the daytime and then a dinner of six ounces of protein and two cups of vegetables.
The cookies have a blend of fibers, protein and amino acids that naturally suppress your appetite. So the cookies help to fill [...]
Here’s how it works: Researchers send out bottles of sprinkles to participants. The sprinkles are salty and sweet with different flavors sent out each month.
“Just sprinkle the salty taste on the salty food and the sweet taste on the sweet food,” says Romine.
“Whenever you feel like eating, just sprinkle this onto your food, with the [...]
A diet rich in fiber and vegetables lowered cholesterol just as much as taking a statin drug.
People who cannot tolerate the statin drugs because of side-effects can turn to the diet.
David Jenkins created a diet “portfolio” high in soy protein, almonds, and cereal fiber as well as plant sterols — tree-based compounds used [...]
There’s ’sweet’ news for sugar lovers this Valentine’s Day! Introducing Shugr — the world’s first truly natural, zero-calorie, diabetic-safe sweetener.
Shugr is a remarkable new sugar substitute that tastes and cooks like sugar, is tooth friendly and also contains pre-biotic fiber, which assists in healthful digestion. Due to overwhelming demand since its introduction last December, Shugr [...]
Homaru Cantu’s amazing invention uses ink made of liquidised food to print a picture snack on low-cal edible paper. The meals on soya bean and potato paper could help office workers satisfy food cravings without piling on the pounds. Food paper can even be downloaded from the internet.
The technique could create edible magazine [...]
Load up on fiber and vegetables: They lower cholesterol almost as much as cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, Canadian researchers report.
Here’s your shopping list: Cholesterol-lowering margarines containing plant fats such as “Benecol” or “Take Control”, soy proteins and soluble fibers like oats, barley, psyllium (search), plus all kinds of vegetables, including eggplant and okra (search).
It’s important news [...]
Crunchy, handy almonds have been sighted in many new breakfast, snack, and salad products as research continues to show their healthful qualities.
1) New research supports almonds’ ability to lower cholesterol. A study to be published Monday in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition provides more evidence that almonds [...]