You read that high protein diets are best in one study, then learn that they shorten your life in another. So we asked registered dietitian Janis Jilbrin, who also has a Master of Science in Nutrition, to clear up http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 all that confusion. Janis is the author of ” The Pescetarian Plan: The Vegetarian + Seafood Way to Lose Weight and Love Your Food” (click for details) . Janis says that you don’t need to devote your day to memorizing calorie and carbohydrate counts. Instead, you can succeed with your weight loss goals by keeping it simple.
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‘It’s disgusting’: Radio host Fifi Box lashes out at weight loss company that illegally used her and her young daughter’s images to promote diet pills
‘I am mortified at the idea that women are buying these diet pills thinking that I’ve endorsed them.’ Perplexed, Fifi said she could not understand how Facebook could not take action on the problem immediately. ‘I don’t understand that because you can report abuse, you can stop people using your image, but I can’t stop a company in Panama,’ she said. She added that the material had even reached her dad’s news garcinia cambogia extract feed and the cost to her would be in the hundreds of thousands if she tried to track down the Panamanian company. ‘I’d love to hear back from them (Facebook), because I don’t know why someone’s allowed to illegally promote this, and it’s detrimental to the health of women and girls that see those posts, and I hate that,’ she said. Former Australian Ironman Kenny, 50, and Fifi have never commented on the speculation that he’s Trixie’s father but it has been widely reported that he is the baby daddy.
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