John Candy’s unexpected death in 1994 came as a shock to his fans and was a loss to the film community. The larger than life comedy actor died aged 43 while filming ‘Wagons East’ in Mexico. He was found in his hotel room according to his spokesperson, Anna Perez. She spoke to the New York […]
Aretha Franklin – the Queen of soul is looking slimmer and healthier than she has in many years despite being rumored to be suffering from pancreatic cancer. The diva underwent surgery at the end of last year in order to rectify an undisclosed illness, but Aretha later rubbished the rumor that she was suffering from […]
Timmi Radicke looks set to spearhead the new wave of eating disorders in the next generation of men as vanity and peer pressure kick in again.
Processed free glutamic acid is the sharp end of Monosodium Glutamate [MSG], an ‘excitotoxin’ chemical which confuses the body into thinking it is receiving healthy proteins when in fact it largely isn’t. It is found in almost every high street brand.
There are now very clear and strong links between Monosodium Glutamate [MSG] and obesity because of the way it affects the mind and body, and although it is sold as a flavour enhancer, it is in fact one of the best anti-appetite suppressors out there, meaning the more you eat, the more you want to eat.
Rather than some celebrity diet or excessive exercise regimes, Audrey Hepburn’s figure was a result of poor health having spent a long period in hiding in Nazi-occupied Holland during the second world war. A period that involved near starvation.
Nigella Lawson, she of TV chef fame and lauded ‘culinary beauty’ has been rated sexier than Lady Gaga by model Lara Stone. Sadly for Lawson that’s not much of an accolade as a bucket of bloody offal and rotten eyeballs is sexier than Lady Gaga.
For his 34th anniversary, Elvis Presley fans descended in droves upon Graceland, former home now turned shrine to the King; a grotesque money making scam celebrating the life of a man too young to die but too fat to live.
British celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver’s second season of Food Revolution this time takes on Los Angeles: a city with an obesity problem commensurate with its worldwide reputation. But in this new series, the LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) seems to be a little more resistant to his’mockney’ (mock cockney) down-to-earth, ‘I’m a little chimney Sweep, spare some change guvna’, British charm.
If obesity is a disease of the body and society, then a by-product of this modern sickness is the frantic drive to get a ‘safe’ weight loss pill on the market. The latest case to come to light is that of Sensa Products.