It seems like more than ever, everyone is fitness-conscious. From T25 to hot yoga; no carbs to raw foods, it’s a dizzying weight-loss world out there.
So I invited Dr. Donna Matthew of Caribbean Weight Loss Clinic and Spa to share her advice.
In this interview, Donna, a medical doctor with 10 years of experience, dishes on how to choose a diet, the foods we should eat more of, and how to fit into that New Year’s Eve dress.
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I’m not fat but I’m unfit. Mainly because after leading a meatless lifestyle for five years, my eating habits still left a lot to be desired.
Let’s blame it on late-night meals, a weakness for carbs and a sweet tooth (man, I love cupcakes!).
Recently, I created a new formula to curb my crazy eating: one dining-out day per week–if I must; fewer sugary treats; drinking more water; leading a more active lifestyle. Why? Because there’s nothing fabulous about feeling or looking unfit.
So I’ve committed to cooking more, which demands creativity in the kitchen. And let’s face it, I’m no Emeril or Martha Stewart.
Hence today’s post: five of the best sources and websites for healthy recipes I’ve discovered.
As 2010 closes, it’s hard to forget the many style lessons 2010 tried to teach us.
Keep reading for a roundup of everything we ought to take note of heading into 2011.
Wanna look 10 pounds thinner, 10 years younger and 10 times more glamorous?
Apparently, there are two stylists who can help.
Ruth and Sara Levy have cooked up a new formula called, “The Fashion Code,” which they swear will work with anyone.
On Wednesday, the two fashion experts will launch the Code on “The Rachael Ray Show” – and on their new website, www.TheFashionCode.com .
“These days, there’s an instruction manual for everything – except how to dress,” says Sara. “Sure, there are tips and tricks for looking good, but nowhere is there an actual foolproof formula for dressing beautifully….until now.”
I’m gonna put this to the test when it launches. Stay tuned!