For decades, those people slightly or heavily overweighed were told by nutritionists and health experts that the best way of getting rid of those unwanted extra pounds was to stick to a long term and steady diet plan. Apparently, losing weight gradually was much better than following any of the more popular and much advertised crash diet plans that offered almost instant weight loss. Diet plans such as the 3 day military diet, the astronaut diet, the cabbage soup diet, the grapefruit diet or the Scarsdale Diet are examples of these nutrition plans that have been traditionally considered not only dangerous but ineffective as well. Medical papers written by nutrition experts have long emphasized the fact that crash diets were the easy but harmful way to shed pounds. From the well known yo-yo effect in which crash dieters quickly gained back their intial weight and even more pounds, to adverse health effects and a reduction in metabolic rate , lots has been said about the … [Read more...] about Crash Diets Under the Microscope: Is Losing Weight Fast Harmful?
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By Bob D'Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk PHOENIX — Charlotte Flair may have Sunday’s Royal Rumble on her mind, but the World Wrestling Entertainment star took time off Friday to surprise the children of a military family with a late Christmas, KNXV reported. >> Read more trending news WWE and Cricket Wireless teamed up to present the five children of Austin and Savanna Andrews with toys at the Military Assistance Mission in Phoenix, the television station reported. Flair, who came to pass out the toys, said that Savannah Andrews helped set it up.“I’m looking forward to seeing his entire family have a special moment,” Flair told KNXV. Awesome [email protected] superstar @MsCharlotteWWE helped surprise a military family with toys for all their kids at Military Assistance Mission in Phoenix this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/ExGUrn4f2I— ABC15 Sports (@abc15sports) January 25, 2019 Recommended for you … [Read more...] about Charlotte Flair helps surprise military family’s kids with gifts
× Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2019 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News × The 7 Workout Accessories Personal Trainers Swear By HuffPost Finds “This tool has been around since the 1700s for a reason." By Sarah Kollmorgen 01/17/2019 01:29pm ET Year after year, some of the most common New Year’s resolutions revolve around health and fitness. However, committing to those healthy habits may be easier said than done. In fact, studies show that up to 80 percent of resolutions fail by mid February. To help you be part of the 20 percent who keep their New Year’s resolutions, we spoke with a handful of experienced personal trainers about the workout accessories they just can’t live without. From … [Read more...] about The 7 Workout Accessories Personal Trainers Swear By
John Rogers and Julie Watson, Associated Press Updated 7:46 pm CST, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 FILE - In this Dec. 5, 2016, file photo, Ray Chavez, a Pearl Harbor survivor from Poway, Calif., poses for a photo as he was eating breakfast in Honolulu. Chavez was out on a minesweeper, the USS Condor, in the early hours before the attack. The oldest U.S. military survivor of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor has died at age 106. Chavez's daughter, Kathleen Chavez, of Poway, Calif., tells The Associated Press her father died in his sleep Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018. less FILE - In this Dec. 5, 2016, file photo, Ray Chavez, a Pearl Harbor survivor from Poway, Calif., poses for a photo as he was eating breakfast in Honolulu. Chavez was out on a minesweeper, the USS Condor, in the ... more Photo: Audrey McAvoy, AP … [Read more...] about Oldest US military survivor of Pearl Harbor dies at age 106
A REAL-life James Bond who served under Ian Fleming in World War II was the inspiration for 007, his family have claimed. The grandson of army veteran Charles James Bond reckons Fleming named the fictional superspy after his relative after uncovering a cache of classified military documents. Stephen Phillips, 52, recently unearthed his grandfather's "On her Majesty's secret service" records - which were previously guarded under the Official Secrets Act. The papers reveal that Welsh soldier James, from Swansea, was a member of the elite Special Operations Executive - and served under Fleming towards the tail end of the war. Greengrocer Stephen said: "There has always been a nagging curiosity within me and other members of my family about his name and possible links with Ian Fleming. "As grandchildren we were always told never to ask about the army and what granddad did in the war or where he served. We never really knew why. "It is only since the relaxing of Official Secrets Acts … [Read more...] about Was WW2 veteran called James Bond who served under Ian Fleming inspiration for 007?