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Remember When Kate Moss Was Skinny? by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 7:17pm Well she's not now. Don't get your Calvin Klein's in a bunch, it's not like anyone is calling K. Mo. fat. (Hmm... K.Mo. Yeah, okay, I can see why that never caught on.) But in today's game of anorexic roulette, the Waif herself comes out looking rather... normal. Take Kate in the '90s. Not even any visible ribs! And real breasts!! And y ... Read on »
Kate Moss' Skinny Motto: Revealing and Sad by julie Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:04pm Having been interviewed by a number of journalists in my lifetime I truly know how easy it is to get tongue tied, go blank, come across like a complete goose and completely say the wrong thing.  It's pretty easy to do when you are being faced with rapid fire questions and trying to keep your cool and sound intelligent. I wonder how Kate M ... Read on »
The Kate Moss Issue by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 02 Dec 2009 2:34pm Most of you know by now that a few weeks ago, Kate Moss said that "nothing tastes as good as skinny feels." Moss got spanked by many in the press--and rightly so--for this comment. I didn't blog about it initially, because a statement of a person in the fashion industry that advocates weight loss isn't especially newsworthy to me. There's the o ... Read on »
How effective slimming by sunnyie1978 Posted Tue 27 May 2014 1:36am How thin does not make you fat up You are not not have to resist the temptation of food every time the dinner , eating dinner until after beginning to regret , and thinking about starting tomorrow determined to lose weight at the bottom of my heart ! Or else one day suddenly found that with increasing age, growth , weight with metabolic increa ... Read on »
Our doomed love affair with diets by Eleanor Kohlsaat Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:00am It’s that time of year again. Time for weight-loss programs to ramp up their ad campaigns. You know, the ones featuring newly slim B-list celebrities parading around in skimpy outfits. Ever wonder what happens to these famous spokespeople when their contracts end? Exactly: just like us, most of them gain back the weight. It’s hard to ... Read on »
Return to Normalcy by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:05pm It struck me, as I walked around the aisles of the grocery store today, just now "normal" it was to diet. Yes, this has occurred to me before, but there's almost an unwritten assumption that you're trying to lose weight. Marshmallows have these big labels saying "Naturally Fat Free!" As anything that is 100% sugar typically is. All sorts of ... Read on »
EXTREME DIETING MAY DAMAGE YOUR PERSONALITY. by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 3:04pm Losing weight may not always be the healthy thing it’s cracked up to be. Kate Moss famously said, ‘nothing tastes as good as skinny feels’. Evidence is starting to emerge, however, regarding the potentially damaging effects of extreme dieting on the brain processes, & hence the moods, of those who undertake such weight loss programmes. ... Read on »
Tips For Rapid and Safe Weight Loss by Sunny H. Facebook Posted Wed 24 Oct 2012 1:57am Losing weight is never easy. It requires hard work, determination, and perseverance more than anything else. More so, when you are trying to accomplish something, temptations also abound. In losing weight, the temptations either drive you away from your goal or give you more problems. So, to help you stay away from the troubles the temptations ca ... Read on »
Use the Best Diet Food Plans to Eliminate Health Problems by Sunny H. Facebook Posted Thu 06 Dec 2012 1:05am Best diet foods might be what you looking for when you're on a diet or just want to keep your body lean and healthy. There are tons of food varieties out there and you might be confused which one to pick for a healthy breakfast, snack, or for dinner. These are a few which you could easy get: 1.    Almonds  Almonds are a rich source of ... Read on »
Seaweed fights obesity, researchers in Newcastle claim by Plantarian Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 3:31am BBC News - Seaweed fights obesity, researchers in Newcastle claim Great to see a bit of seaweed research hitting the news and getting national headlines for seaweed again. As followers of this blog, London nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston and Foods for Life will be well aware we have been singing the praises of seaweed and algae for a lo ... Read on »