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Are You Too Fat To Go Clubbing?

posted on August 31st, 2010 ·

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A night club in Australia has barred plus size fat women from entering its premise.  However, it did not stop men of similar size to enter.  Because of this policy, more than 20 women were reported to plan to give statements to police claiming they suffered discrimination.  Source

One of the women said when she insisted to speak to the manager, the manager came out and told her that the club has received many complaints about fat people at the club.  He told the women to lose some weight before coming back again.  Then, he walked off and told the bouncers to get those fat women away.  Ironically, the manager himself was fat. (more…)

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The Secret To Get Rid of Flabby Arms

posted on August 28th, 2010 ·

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The location which fat is stored on bodies varies according to gender – men has it at the tummy whereas women store fat in their thighs and buttocks. As for flabby arms, both men and women have them. However, ladies normally hate flabby arm very much, especially those who like wearing sleeveless clothes.

Some of the female celebrities, who have toned arms, includes Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox from Friends. (more…)

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How High Heel Shoes Cause Problem To Women’s Feet and How To Wear Them Safely?

posted on August 25th, 2010 ·

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My cousin sister was complaining about her feet pain after wearing her shoes for the entire day. I looked at her shoes and I told her that her high heel shoes were too high. She disagreed and kept claiming that hers were just moderate high compared to her friend’s one.

High heel shoes are “must have” or “always to buy” item in women’s fashion. Wherever women go shopping, when they see shoes, they like trying on them. The reason high heels are so popular because of these reasons: (more…)

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How To Read “Serving Size” in Food Label?

posted on August 21st, 2010 ·

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Reading food labels is an effective way to determine the right food to buy during your grocery shopping. If you have always wanted to read Nutrition Facts on the food label, but have no clue what to read and where to start, no worry. Today, I am going to share with you one of the key information you should pay attention first.

Almost all food product has these jargons, “Serving Size” and “Per Serving” information. Before explaining further, do not be confused by this “Serving Size” term used in Food Pyramid and Nutrition Labels. In this article, I just focus in per serving information on food label, I mean serving size of saturated fat, sodium, fat, fiber, cholesterol and others on food label. (more…)

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The Secret on How To Build Craig Horner’s Solid Body Shape

posted on August 18th, 2010 ·

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Craig Horner is an Australian actor who created fame in as Richard Cypher on the television series Legend of the Seeker.  For those who have seen the season 1 of the series, I am sure you were amazed by his body shape, especially his washboard type of 6-pack abs.

Two years ago, before Craig took up the role, just like many other young lads, he spent time sitting around having beer.  But, when he was offered the wood guide role in the television series, he was determined to make a difference.  He joined a gym and never look back.  In fact, the habit of working out has turned into a genuine interest of body building.  He even quoted Arnold Schwarzenegger – “The artist uses more clay to mold his work, while the body builder changes his body by pumping iron”. (more…)

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Why People Get Fatter When They Get Older?

posted on August 15th, 2010 ·

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Is it true that if you eat the same amount of food, you can still become fatter when you are getting older?

Unfortunately, yes. In addition to having wrinkles, older people will gain weight. Here are 3 key reasons:

  1. Starting in 40s, you will lose half pound to two pounds of muscle and gain a pound of fat every year naturally. The more muscle you lose, the slower the metabolism will be and making calorie burning slower. The body you once had at 20 will no longer be the same when you are going to middle age. (more…)

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