"White toast with butter."
"You ate toast? That's how you broke your wedding diet?"
"Oh man, I housed that toast. It was the best toast I've ever had." »
"White toast with butter."
Usher, a healthy 36-year-old man, seems like the type who'll do what it takes to keep his body in proper working order and that includes experimenting with weird diets. Atkins? He's done that. Paleo? Been there. Macrobiotics? Ok, sure. Now he's on a diet based on his blood type. »
Actress Octavia Spencer, former spokesperson for the weight-loss drug Sensa, sued the company for backpay and is now headed to court. »
If there's one thing I love, it's cheese-covered gluten. And if there are two things I love, they're cheese-covered gluten and making fun of lifestyle guru and noted Veela Gwyneth Paltrow. So when I came across a copy of Gwyneth's 2014 diet book It's All Good ("delicious, easy recipes that will make you look good and… »
Senator Claire McCaskill, chair of the Senate's Consumer Protection panel, is NOT JAZZED ABOUT DR. OZ. In fact, she spent half of Tuesday grilling him on why he keeps going on television and telling people that if they just eat enough $45 magic beans they'll wake up with a thigh gap like a soccer goal (and then:… »
Uh-oh. Hear those sirens outside? It sounds like the food police have arrived! Hide your nachos, everybody! Don't let them see you near the snacks! »
The Internet has spoken: Quit with the bullshit. Your diet is not fun. You didn't eat that donut you posed with on Instagram. We know what's up, and what's up is that your excitement about kale is a pure farce, an insult to all bearers of mouths. I am here to disagree. »
Meet Freelee "The Banana Girl," a self-styled diet guru who has developed a program consisting of large meals of a single raw fruit or vegetable. In one YouTube video, she demonstrated how she consumes 51 bananas in one day, adding a new, pun-y layer to the whole "you are what you eat" ethos. B-A-N-A-N-A-S. »
Welcome back to Midweek Madness. Every Wednesday, Callie Beusman heads to the newsstand to purchase the new issues of In Touch, Life & Style, Ok!, Us and Star, so that together we may dig into moist, rich celebrity tabloid dirt. This week: Tom Cruise is wearing his midlife crisis on his face; Kim Kardashian spent $23K… »
Music festivals used to be a place for people to gather to listen to their favorite bands, make some love in the mud and maybe get stabbed to death by the Hells Angels, but sadly, those wholesome days are over. These days, festivals (and their attendees) are less focused on enjoying music in a communal space and more… »
It took more than a year of wedding planning, but it finally happened: I snapped and started frantically scanning the Internet for weight-loss schemes. A couple of unflattering pictures from a bridal shower and I basically blacked out and woke up a half an hour later, hovering over the "buy" button on a Groupon juice… »
Milk drinking isn't a hobby for everyone — only those of us with enough enzymes can indulge in the sweet, delicious mammary juice that spurts from the machine-manipulated udders of a stressed cow that wonders everyday why the small, hairless apes who've imprisoned her in a barn factory insist on treating her like a… »
arbitrary excuse for for unhealthy food restriction totally effective and science-based weight loss system is the Werewolf Diet, supposedly practiced by Madonna and Demi Moore, which helps people (lol @ "people"—shit like this is always for women) lose weight by tailoring their eating habits to the phases… »
BUMMER ALERT, HAIRLESS PRIMATES! New research suggests that keeping yourself warm might be making you fat. You see, when the external temperature drops, your body burns more calories in order to warm itself—6% more calories, to be exact, according to Dutch researchers—but when you crank up the central heating to 72,… »
Ever spent time looking for the calories listed on your food at the grocery store? I have and it's not fun, but someone told the Food and Drug Administration about my struggle and they're considering some "revisions." Yay. »
Women go on twice as many diets in their lifetime than they have sexual partners. Probably because we hate ourselves and think we don't deserve to be happy—which we don't if we're so lame that we choose dieting over fucking. »