Beyonce knows how to put on a show and she’s planning a big one for the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. But it doesn’t come easy. She just revealed the Vegan diet she’s following to slim down and build up her endurance. At 36, her body doesn’t respond quite like it did when she was at her peak in her 20s. Her vegan diet is designed to shed unwanted weight and build up endurance for a strenuous stage show, according to her trailer Marco Borges.
Fasting intermittently has real scientific benefits, according to a new study. It suggests the practice not only could help lose weight, but also increase endurance and heart health. Only one catch; the study focuses only on mice. The study, conducted by the federal National Institutes of Health, focused on mice. Those that fasted regularly burned fat instead of sugar during exercise. Fats provide more energy and helped increase endurance.
Shania Twain, the Canadian singing star, revealed that she has had to rethnk how she deals with her health following a 2003 bout with debilitating Lyme Disease. She says she’s much more disciplined about eating, self-care and getting the right amount of sleep. “I take my health seriously,” she says in a new interview with Australia’s Herald Sun newspaper.
Saoirse Ronan, the fast-rising Irish actress is now being hotly watched by tabloids. The latest reports are speculating that she may be dating ballet dancer Calum Lowden, although the she says dating is not her thing. They were actually introduced weeks earlier by mutual friends, according to reports. “Saoirse didn’t win on the night but couldn’t have looked happier,” someone who was there told Britain’s Sun newspaper.
Kylie Jenner won’t follow in sister Kim Kardashian’s footsteps and hit the gym following the birth of daughter Stormi two weeks ago. She’s fallen in love with her curves. Baby daddy Travis Scott loves her new shape, too. The move is a sharp departure from the rest of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ clan. Kim, Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian have made a living flaunting their tight curves.
Blake Lively packed on the baby weight during her pregnancy until she was a full 61 pounds heavier by the time she reached term. But after her daughter Ines was born, she “kicked ass” and dropped all of the weight. Here’s how she did it. Blake, 30, noted that it took 10 months to gain the weight and 14 months to lose. She thanks her trainer Don Saladino for kicking he ass to get it done.
Ed Sheeran, the UK breakout star, reveals he suffered from body image issues when he became famous because he couldn’t stop comparing himself to Justin Bieber and the the boy banders in One Direction. “I should look like that,” he told himself. Sheeran’s remarks show body image is not just a female problem.
Jenna Dewan Tatum has danced her way into a film career after she broke into show business as a backup dancer for Janet Jackson. Dancing makes up the core of her workout, but there’s one area she focuses on–her butt. “I work my literal ass off for my ass! That’s the way it is,” she […]
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan just didn’t walk onto the set and throw off their clothes for the hot naked sex scenes in their “50 Shades of Grey” movies. They trained and dieted with top wellness coach Ramona Braganza. Believe it or not, she kept them camera sharp with a 25-minute workout. “I trained them when they arrived in Vancouver for a total of five months. It was to film both [50 Shades] Darker and [50 Shades] Freed, so we did both movies back to back,” she explains in a new interview.
Tom Brady nearly won Super Bowl LII at the age of 40 and now he’s revealing the diet he follows to stay in top shape. His new diet book, “The TB12 Method.” is all about avoiding foods that promote inflammation. But experts say, not so fast. Commonly known as the “alkaline diet,” Brady’s recommendations aren’t supported by medical science
Kim Kardashian, sister Khloe and Kourtney and other celebrities, like Gwyneth Paltrow, often push health products or wacky home remedies, but a Northwestern University doctor warns their advice and health fads can be dangerous. Dr Lauren Streicher, an author, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology and doctor at Northwestern University, hears about the remedies all the time from her patients.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are still working through the details of their divorce, but all of the tabloid rumors about acrimonious battles and nasty fights are either unsubstantiated or untrue. The court has allowed the couple to work in strict privacy. According to the latest reports the super secret negotiations have been “very amicable” and both are apparently happy with the judge.