Celebrity Blogs

What wacky celebrity diet and weight loss tips are in the news this week? Get the dish on the celebrity gossip and diet rumors in these celebrity-inspired diet blogs. Often a guide for what not to do, these celebrity blogs range from useful to absurd! Find out what fad diet or crazy cleanse the celebs are trying, or gain positive motivation from the celebs that are losing weight the right way - through diet and exercise!

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Hannah Whittenly is a freelance writer and mother of two from Sacramento, CA. She enjoys kayaking and reading books by the lake.

Wendie Pett, a nationally recognized name in the fitness industry, is passionate about motivating and encouraging ...

Judy Gruen’s main occupation is lobbying the federal government to create a Division of Cellulite Studies at the ...

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Alicia is an American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer and a Weight & Lifestyle Management ...

Dr. Aaron Tabor, MD is the author of Dr. Tabor's Slim & Beautiful Diet and FIGHT NOW: Eat & Live Proactively Against ...

At NatureBox, we love snacking and we've found that snacks can be good for you, taste good, and contribute to a ...

Recent Expert Blogs
Dental Diet: 4 Foods to Ask Your Dentist About
Posted @ 12:55pm ET on June 3, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Many different things can affect your dental health greatly. Your daily oral hygiene practices are one factor. The foods and drinks you consume day in and day out are another. If you want to keep your teeth in tiptop shape, then you should make a point ...
What Does Your Teeth Color Say about Your Diet?
Posted @ 1:00pm ET on May 31, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
It can be a buzzkill to stare at your teeth only to realize that they’re noticeably stained and discolored. If you have gorgeous white teeth, then that many communicate certain things about your dietary patterns. If you have brownish or yellowish ...
4 Tips for Sticking to a Diet and Workout Routine
Posted @ 5:28pm ET on May 20, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Starting a new healthy routine can feel daunting at first. It requires a lot of patience to get the results you want. Sticking to your routine long-term can have huge benefits though. Follow the below four tips to be as successful as possible. Write ...
How to Keep Yourself Clear of Summer Health Proble
Posted @ 10:18am ET on May 16, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Summer opens up the door to some amazing possibilities, but it also cracks open a few windows to health problems. Some of the problems that will be discussed below are short-term issues like heat stroke whereas others are longer-term issues like skin and ...
Intuitive Eating: 4 Tips on Listening to Your Body
Posted @ 3:37pm ET on May 15, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
The "healthy" beautiful body in media has become increasingly unattainable day by day. The sensationalized diets that are advertised to achieved these unrealistic standards are also very difficult to consistently stay on. Unfortunately, diets have caused ...
Gluten-Free Cooking: 4 Tips to Get You Started
Posted @ 11:45am ET on May 3, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Going gluten-free can make cooking a challenge. The group of proteins found in breads, grains and cereals has gained notoriety in recent years. Those who have celiac disease and gluten intolerance have been going on for years without gluten, but newcomers ...
4 Surprising Foods That Promote a Healthy Heart
Posted @ 1:02pm ET on May 2, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Healthy eating doesn’t stop at weight loss. Healthy eating helps interior organs run smoothly, including the heart. While fruits, vegetables, and salmon naturally promote heart health, there are four underrated foods that help the heart stay in top ...
3 Mother's Day Dinner Diabetes Friendly Desserts
Posted @ 6:20pm ET on May 1, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
Meal preparation for holidays can be difficult as you have make sure that you meet the dietary requirements of all your guests. One of the most difficult parts of the Easter dinner to navigate is dessert if you or any of your loved ones have diabetes. ...
4 Habits to Implement to Prevent Disease Onset
Posted @ 12:39pm ET on May 1, 2019
Blog: The Health Advocate
By hannahwhittenly
As we get older, our bodies start to change. Our bones become brittle, our eyes become weak and our immune system isn’t able to fight off diseases as well as it did before. However, people can easily avoid these things if they have healthy habits. With ...
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