Gary Miller/FilmMagic 1. Tom Arnold: Just last week, the 55-year-old funnyman debuted an 89-pound weight loss garcinia cambogia at the 2014 SXSW Festival in Austin! The now-slender star, who weighed 287 at his heaviest, cited the recent birth of his son, Jax, as his motivation to get healthy through diet and exercise twice a day. NBC 2.
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British Reality Star Vicky Pattison Considering Breast Augmentation After Weight http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 Loss
Light soups are better than heavy soups. Also try and drink seven to eight glasses of water daily. Starches such as rice, flour and white bread should be reduced and eliminated from your diet. It is also important to reduce the amount of sugar and sugary drinks, for example sodas, from your diet.
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Overwhelmed mom needs weight loss plan
I was 34E, now Im a 32C. I think Id be happy with a 32DD, so I can still train at the gym. Unfortunately as you get slimmer theyre just empty sacks, and thats what Ive got. Two empty sacks where my boobs used to be. Like half-filled condoms! Before Vicky rushes under the knife, she should probably wait a while her body adjusts to its new size.
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6 Weight Loss Myths Busted
Take home message: Crash diets will slow down the metabolism, and actually lead to weight gain over time. Myth 5 – Diet Drinks Will Help You Lose Weight Despite being low in sugar, or even sugar-free, diet drinks are not the answer to weight loss. Diet drinks contain artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, and according to a study published in the journal Obesity in 2008; individuals who regularly consume artificial sweeteners are more likely to gain weight. Gram for gram these sweeteners can be up to 13,000 times sweeter than sugar , driving sweet cravings that can lead you to eat more.
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