A friend to DietsInReview sent us this pic of Kim Kardashian leaving a NYC Jamba Juice yesterday, and it got us thinking… is this how she’s feeding those curves?
We have no way of knowing what’s in that large Jamba Juice cup that Kim Kardashian is carrying. What we do know is that it’s probably filled to the hilt with calories. We’ll grant that if this is her on-the-go lunch that it’s probably got fewer calories and fat and more vitamins than some other in-and-out, grab-and-go option might offer. If it’s a snack, we hope her Quicktrim and workouts are working out for her.
However, even Kim Kardashian should know that those smoothies are calorie bombs.
Here are a few tips on healthy ordering at JJ that we thought KK, and everyone else, could use. (more…)
New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ruled in favor of allowing a woman to move forward with a class-action lawsuit against the makers of Relacore. Melissa Lee claims that she actually got fatter while taking the weight-loss supplement.
In court filings, Lee claims that she took Relacore for about four months and gained weight during that time. She contends that the makers of Relacore, Lee Carter-Reed Company, made false claims about the product in advertisements.
Before the Supreme Court’s ruling, a trial court and a state appeals court both denied Lee’s attempts to gain class-action status. (more…)
Fans of E!’s “Keeping up with the Kardashians” have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the eldest Kardashian sister’s baby since her announcement in August. Fans can now try to keep up with Kourtney Kardashian’s and Scott Disick’s baby boy, Mason Dash Disick. The healthy baby was born to the on-again, off-again couple in Los Angeles December 14, weighing seven pounds and six ounces and 19.5 inches long.
Kourtney admits that she only gained a healthy 26 pounds during her pregnancy (the recommended pregnancy weight gain is about 35 pounds). While trying to keep up with her new baby boy will certainly help her shed those pounds, she has also announced plans to use the weight loss supplement QuickTrim. (more…)
Before 2009 gets too long in the tooth, let’s take a look at the “Second Annual Best and Worst Celebrity Diet List of 2008.” The list is published by Marc Lawrence, M.D., who reviews celebrity diets and weight loss.
Marc Lawrence is a Stanford and Harvard trained, board-certified Physician Nutrition Specialist. Without further adieu, here’s the list as published on his website:
Best Celebrity Diets for 2008:
5. Jennifer Love Hewitt: Those unflattering bikini photos seem so long ago as this Ghost Whisperer star has been letting her body speak loud and clear; daily fruits and veggies do a body good.