Exclusively at DietsInReview.com, you’ll see Shay recapping Biggest Loser season 10 each week. Her videos will highlight that week’s episode, plus shed some insider insight into the show. Additionally, Shay will share her unique take on healthful, practical weight loss. (more…)
Julia Roberts’ much-anticipated new movie Eat, Pray, Love, based on the non-fiction book of the same name, released August 13. Julia plays Elizabeth Gilbert who travels Italy, India and Bali in search of herself, and teaches some valuable health lessons along the way.
In recent research published as the Nutrisystem Diet Index, they reveal that half of women would give up sex for a summer if it meant they could avoid gaining ten pounds; 25 percent of men echoed this statement. It’s a sign that we’re becoming more motivated to avoid weight gain.
At the DietsInReview.com office at the Brooklyn Creative League, we join an office potluck each week that features salad as the main entree. It’s a healthier way to socialize with our colleagues. Give it a try! (more…)
Weight loss as entertainment, it’s a hot trend in Hollywood right now. So what happens when you’ve got bet dieting and weight loss entertainment as popular trends in the day of an obesity epidemic? You get VH1’s Money Hungry, a new weight loss competition premiering August 2, 2010.
You can win three personal workout sessions plus a consultation with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, who has spent her career helping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston sculpt their fit, healthy and enviable bodies.
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