Dr. Drew Pinsky straddles the line between medical expert and media personality, often combining the two. After graduating from Amherst College, Pinsky got involved with radio during medical school at the University of Southern California. That’s when he started guest starring on his friend’s radio call-in show Loveline. His popularity soared as he spoke with frankness about sexuality and relationships, and soon he became a regular host. The show went national in 1995, airing live five nights a week, and the following year MTV picked it up for a television version hosted by Pinsky and Adam Carolla, running for four years. Loveline has been taking calls since 1983 and can still be heard Sunday through Thursday from ten to midnight.
Pinsky has appeared on numerous television shows as a guest, and has also hosted several of his own series. Strictly Sex with Dr. Drew aired on Discovery Health Channel in 2005, followed by the currently-airing Strictly with Dr. Drew. Strictly focuses on general medical topics. His show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew began in 2008 and has proved to be very popular.. He also appears on HLN (formerly CNN Headline News) for the nightly show Dr. Drew, and on the CW’s daytime talk series Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers. (more…)
They say that the finale of every competition reality show is always the most exciting episode, and Money Hungry is no exception. We have seen teams come and go in dramatic fashion- however nothing has prepared you for this.
The final three teams are Mission Slimpossible, The Regulators and The Grading Curves. From the beginning of the episode, Marco is hurting bad. He is seeing spots and getting dizzy, and calls the house doctor, Dr. Lewis. The doctor asks him some basic diagnostic questions, but Marco quickly realized he wasn’t going to get much help from a phone call. (more…)
Celebrity Fit Club is the weight-loss program that is changing the lives and figures of stars on VH-1, and can change your life too. On the hit VH-1 show, stars are put through the paces by Sgt. Harvey E. Walden, IV while following the Fat Smash Diet developed by Dr. Ian Smith and delving into their emotional issues regarding their weight with the help of psychotherapist Stacey Kaiser. This three-pronged approach to weight loss helps celebrities shed pounds at a healthy rate and keep them off.
Now regular folks can achieve the same success as the celebs with a line of products by the experts from Celebrity Fit Club. A website offers you a diet profile and a workout plan designed just for you based on the profile. It also offers access to a community of fellow dieters to help support and encourage you. You can also access insider tips, advice, and help from the same experts the celebs use!
Dr. Ian Smith has two books out: The Fat Smash Diet and Extreme Fat Smash Diet. The meal plans and diet restrictions featured on the Celebrity Fit Club website are based on these books, but the best results can be achieved using the books and website together. The Fat Smash Diet teaches you about portion sizing that helps curb hunger and how to prepare healthy, delicious, filling meals.
The Celebrity Fit Club weight loss program is gimmick free. It endorses the only proven methods of weight loss—diet and exercise—in conjunction with confronting psychological issues that cause overeating. Of course, you should always consult a doctor before deciding on the best weight loss plan for you, but if you’ve seen the show then you know what amazing results can be achieved using this plan!