Halle Berry just revealed in an Instagram Story that she practices intermittent fasting, and typically skips breakfast.Halle, 51, also follows a keto diet, which she regularly talks about on her Instagram account. Halle's regiment sounds similar to the 16:8 diet, which involves fasting for 16 hours and then eating your meals during the other eight hours of the day. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Guys, is Halle Berry a wealth of diet and fitness advice right now or what? In addition to following a keto diet, drinking bone broth for her overall glow, and keeping up with a killer workout routine, the actress just revealed in her #FitnessFriday Instagram Stories that she also does a form of intermittent fasting. "I normally eat two meals a day," Halle told her viewers (a.k.a., me, who shamelessly refreshed her page by the minute). "I normally skip breakfast and I sort of fast and I do my green drink or I do my bullet coffee," she added. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below … [Read more...] about Halle Berry Says She’s Really Into Intermittent Fasting On The Keto Diet
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By David Gorn Calmatters | CALmatters PUBLISHED: July 22, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: July 22, 2018 at 6:01 am Sharon Quenton is feeling pretty good. She’s walking well, breathing well and feels like she’s going to be just fine. The 67-year-old is three weeks removed from her latest trip to the hospital for problems related to congestive heart failure, a condition in which the heart can’t pump properly. That was scary, she said. “I had water around my heart. I had to go to the hospital a few times,” Quenton said. “My breathing was acting crazy. But now, I’m cool. I’m all right.” One reason she’s better, she said, is the two large grocery bags that just arrived at the front door of her little apartment in southwest Los Angeles—part of a new state experiment using diet to improve the health of congestive heart failure patients. “So I have two bags for you. All your meals for the week,” delivery volunteer … [Read more...] about Food for the heart in a new California health program
HEALTH 05/08/2018 07:22 pm ET Research around similar programs pointed to a 55 percent drop in medical costs for patients who received free nutritional meals. By Anna Almendrala Caren Latney was too weak to do simple household chores. The 51-year-old had been diagnosed with lung cancer and, as she began treatment, struggled to stand over her stove long enough to prepare a meal. She didn’t really want to eat, anyway ― her intensive chemotherapy and radiation left her nauseated and exhausted. But high-calorie, protein-rich meals are essential for cancer patients, who face extreme weight loss, according to cancer experts. The American Cancer Society recommends eating with other family members to make meals more enjoyable, and has suggestions for caregivers like fixing six to eight small meals, making smoothies and preparing bland foods to keep nausea at bay. But Latney, single with no family and on a fixed income, had no one available to help her prepare … [Read more...] about A New Program In California Makes The Case For Making Food A Medicaid Expense
If you want abs like Jennifer Aniston or "jacked" shoulders like Hugh Jackman, you better work. These fit famous people hit the gym hard to sculpt their hard bodies. But they've been open about the diet and exercise strategies that help them get results. Here's what it takes to look (and sweat) like a celeb. Chris Pratt Actor Chris Pratt prepared to defend us all in "Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2" with what he called "straight conditioning, like high-intensity interval training and CrossFit-style moves," according to Men's Fitness. While in Star-Lord training, Pratt would do five rounds of eight exercises, including pushups, high box jumps, ball slams and burpees. While training for a triathlon, Pratt said he also focused on flexibility with vinyasa hot yoga. Gal Gadot Gal Gadot transformed herself into Wonder Woman with a full-body workout, designed by Mark Twight, according to Muscle and Fitness. It included rowing, burpees with broad jumps, crab walks and pull-ups, … [Read more...] about Celebrity fitness tips and diet plans
When it comes to New Year's resolutions, eating better is at the top of our list. But which diet plan is the best? A panel of health experts — on behalf of U.S. News & World Report — reveal the top-rated diets for 2018. It is estimated that around 45 million people in the United States go on a diet each year, with weight loss being the primary goal. However, whether you're dieting to lose weight or simply to improve overall health, sticking to a specific eating plan can be challenging. With so many diets to choose from, how can you tell which one will work for you? U.S. News & World Report put together a panel of health experts every year to evaluate the most popular diets in the U.S. This year, the experts assessed 40 diets, ranking them from lowest to highest in seven categories, including the best diets for weight loss, diabetes, and heart health. So, we take a look at some of the key results. For the majority of dieters, weight loss is the ultimate goal, but … [Read more...] about What are the best diets for 2018?