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Some celebrities in the world of sports insure their body parts for a lot of money (David Beckham’s legs were insured for $70 million), but the practice is also common in Hollywood, where celebrities who insured their bodies would collect millions if anything happened to their “assets”. Find out which celebrities paid a high premium for specialized insurance and how much they would collect in the case of a very unfortunate accident, that would have a big impact on their careers. Rihanna - Legs $1 million The Barbados-born s... Read More
Rihanna's DietAs the gossip rags have pointed out, Rihanna has gotten into amazing shape for Good Girl Gone Bad. When asked about how she did it, Rihanna said:"I like carbs, but at the end of the day, carbs are the enemy. It wasn't so much losing weight as being fit and toned and healthy. I just didn't feel great. Now I'm working out and trying to eat healthy. That's making me lose weight without even thinking about it."She has been working out with a trainer, counting calories, and "obsessing" over her legs she says.About Her Low Carb DietL... Read More
What is Pilates?Pilates is an exercise system with and without apparatus based on these basic principles: Centering, Concentration, Control, Precision, Breathing, and Flowing Movement, is similar to yoga. The aim is to improve flexibility and strength and to create a balance in the body. It includes comprehensive regulation of the physical functions and leads to physical and mental relaxation.Because Pilates is not a joint-jarring exercise, it can be practiced by people at varying fitness levels. But make no mistake, this is indeed a workout... Read More
If you are interested in nutrition you have probably come across already of various articles and diets talking about carbohydrates, protein and so on. Well, what exactly are carbs, proteins and minerals? This article will introduce you into food groups, what are they and how does your body get its energy from eating.To successfully manage your body weight and composition, it is necessary to realize that food is a fuel that provides energy to propel our bodies and to perform chemical reactions. Food when is ingested is turned into energy thro... Read More
Losing weight doesn't have to be about starving yourself on a three carrots per day diet and running on the treadmill until you drop on the floor in a pool of sweat. Learn step by step what it takes to get the results and have fun at the same time! Losing weight can be and it is frightening for most of the persons first of all because of the lack of information on this subject. How can this be possible with hundreds of articles and books all focusing on the same subject? Well, this is one of the causes, too much information is confusing and ... Read More
In the time when everybody's going fast towards nowhere this question arises more and more: how to stay fit, and I might add and how much time is just enough to get in shape (since we are so busy making money, raising kids, watching Oprah and so on). First off all, let's see which are the favorite types of activities to get you in shape (or maintained the hard gained fitness level). Are you going to the gym, attend aerobics classes or do your own thing? Every type of activity has good and bad sides, so it is up to your agenda to choo... Read More
Our first name is an important part of our personality. Choosing one for our unborn baby becomes a major task. The influence that our name has on our social and private life has been a topic for the French psychologist, Nicolas Gueguen. Here's what he thinks about it:Short first names are much easier and simple to remember. People with such names have good social relationships, they are rarely lonely and they're very popular.Long first names come with a high social position and much harder to remember. The beauty of a name, its elegance and ... Read More
The South Beach diet was developed by a cardiologist named Arthur Agatston. It is based on the principle of replacing "bad carbs and fats" with "good carbs and fats". The key concept in this diet is the Glycemic Index. Foods are ranked on a scale of 1-100 according to their Glycemic index - the amount by which they raise blood sugar levels after meals. The focus of your diet should be on foods low on the GI level - this will also improve insulin resistance, leading to weight loss. The South Beach Diet is divided into 3 different ph... Read More
This diet was developed by David Kirsch. It is based on a special food regime and sport exercise program. If done properly it is said that you can lose up to 14 pounds and 5 inches off your waist. This diet is based on a high protein, low-carb regime. It is divided in 3 phases:Phase 1 In the first 2 weeks you are allowed to eat mushrooms, egg whites, salmon, nuts, vegetables that have low starch and plenty of whey protein. You are not allowed to eat or drink alcohol, dairy products, coffee, fruits and other fats. On this phase you a... Read More
Sweating gives us many troubles whether it is because of the torrid weather or embarrassment, excitement or anxiety. It would be great to find out some methods to stop or at least reduce sweating. The first step is not to stay cool and calm - anxiety will make you sweat more. Try the following tips. There are tricks to hide or reduce excessive sweating, however it is more effective if you prevent it. That's why try to keep away from spicy foods. By this, you won't get rid of your problem but you'll feel the difference in odor. Cert... Read More
Once upon a time way back in the days, 20-some years ago, Paul Mitchell and his friend decided to establish a company that would revolutionize the hair care industry all over the world. Under the brand of Paul Mitchell - name giver - and John Paul DeJoria started a skyrocketing career. John Paul Mitchell Systems suffered a huge loss with the death of one of the founders in 1989, Paul Mitchell died of pancreatic cancer. With the team behind this famous hairdresser managed to become worldwide known and spread all over the hair salon... Read More