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Posts from February 2013


7 Foods To Eat That Helps With Weight Loss
Eggs over Bagels...a study shows that eating two eggs a day over a bagel will increase weight loss. Check out the other foods to eat that can help with weight loss HERE.
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I wonder if this works?
Get this...apparently in most Elevators, there's a secret trick that skips all the other floors and goes straight to your floor. You ever been in an Elevator that stops every floor? We'll according to this trick...you can skip all those floors and go right to yours.

Next time you're in an Elevator, press and hold the "close door" button and "the floor number you are going too" for 7-10 seconds. It will skip all other floors and go right to yours. Most Elevators do this trick and apparently Pizza Delivery guys have been doing this for years.

Try it and let me know if it works!
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Star Magazine is claiming Britney Spears didn't sing on her last album

Star magazine is claiming that Britney Spears doesn't even sing on her own albums anymore.  The father of a woman, Myah Marie says she was paid to sing seven of the songs on Britney's most recent album, "Femme Fatale".  But Myah says she was just a background singer. 

Check out the video of Myah singing Britney Spears "Hold It Against Me"
 

Check out the official video of Britney Spears "Hold It Against Me"
 

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Don't Mess With Kelly Clarkson
Clive Davis is a a Record Label executive who discovered huge artist such as Whitney Houston, Carlos Santana, Mariah Carey, and more and he is releasing a "Tell All" book in a few months. We'll apparently in his book he talks about Kelly Clarkson and Kelly didn't like what was said about her...particularly a part in the book that talks about Kelly crying in his office.

Kelly went off on Clive and you can read it HERE.
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If you fly on American Airlines or US Airways...big news with these airlines
American Airlines and US Airways have agreed to merge in an 11 Billion Dollar deal that would create the world's largest Airline.

Click HERE for the full story.
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Bruno Mars goes out on Tour
Bruno Mars made the announcement on Ellen earlier today that he will kick off "The Moonshine Jungle World Tour" this summer. No dates have been announced yet but the cities where you can see him live are listed below:

Atlanta
Austin
Boston
Calgary
Charlotte
Chicago
Columbus
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Edmonton
Houston
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Louisville
Miami
Minneapolis
Montreal
Nashville
New York
Newark
Oklahoma City
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland, OR
Sacramento
Salt Lake City
San Diego
San Jose
Seattle
St. Louis
Tampa
Toronto
Uncasville, CT
Vancouver
Washington, D.C.

 
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It's Raining Spiders In Brazil...Literally!
I won't be taking a vacation to Brazil after seeing this!
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6 Surprising Ways To Lose Weight

You always hear about rules of what not to do when trying to lose weight. Check out the "old rules" and "new rules" below:

1. OLD RULE: CUT CARBS


Why you should break it: Low-carb diets reigned during the Atkins craze, but in the long run, people can't maintain them. Dieters who ate carbs in moderation lost about five pounds more than carb-avoiders.

New rule: Eat five servings of grains daily, especially whole ones (oatmeal, brown rice), says Dr. Marion Vetter, medical director at the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and lead author of the study. "Carbs provide great energy and fiber," she says.

2. OLD RULE: AVOID EGG YOLKS

Why you should break it: In a study at the U.K.'s University of Surrey, dieters who ate two eggs daily for 12 weeks lost the same amount of weight and cut cholesterol by the same amount as those who didn't. "The cholesterol in eggs is small compared with grams of saturated fat in processed meats," says Bruce Griffin, lead author of the study and professor of nutritional metabolism.

New rule: Egg yolks have protein, calcium, and iron. Eat them as part of a balanced diet, and avoid processed foods like salami, the real cholesterol culprits.

3. OLD RULE: GRAZE THROUGHOUT THE DAY

Why you should break it: Studies in the '90s found that snacking all day curbed appetite. But a new Canadian study in the British Journal of Nutrition found no weight loss difference between women who did and didn't snack.

New rule: Eat as many meals as you want, says Eric Doucet, study author and associate professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. But tally your calories. Women shouldn't go over 1,200 calories when trying to lose weight and Men shouldn't go over 1,800.

4. OLD RULE: NO MIDNIGHT SNACKS

Why you should break it: A recent study in the International Journal of Obesity concluded that subjects didn't gain weight because of when they ate, but what. Metabolism chugs along regardless of time: Eat a healthy dinner at 10 p.m., and you won't scarf Doritos in front of CSI.

New rule: Eat late if you like, but don't exceed your calorie count. Can't close the fridge door? Experiment with different-sized meals, says Susan Roberts, study author and professor of nutrition and of psychiatry at Tufts University. Eating at a certain time isn't important, and there's no rule about how long to wait between meals. But getting too hungry leads to overeating, so "pace calories in a way that works for you."

5. OLD RULE: RETURN TO PROHIBITION

Why you should break it: Alcohol is calorie-packed, but a study from the Archives of Internal Medicine found that women who drank moderately gained less weight than women who never drank. Alcohol slows digestive enzymes and inhibits the breakdown of nutrients, so your body doesn't absorb as much food as it would otherwise, says Dr. Lu Wang, instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School and the study's lead author.

New rule: Like alcohol? Have either two 5-ounce glasses of red or white wine, two bottles of beer, or 3 ounces of hard liquor daily, Wang says. "Alcohol can help you maintain a normal weight."
 

6. OLD RULE: DON'T CAVE TO CRAVINGS


Why you should break it: A study by St. George's University of London shows that if you abstain from treats, you'll overindulge eventually, and University of Toronto researchers found that depriving people of specific foods led to binges.

New rule: Satisfy cravings in moderation, says Janet Polivy, author of the second study and psychology professor at the University of Toronto. "Eat small portions of the things you like. Decide how much you'll eat - say, two chocolate squares." Shelve the rest, then dig in.

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No halftime performance next year???
For the first time ever...there may not be a Halftime performance at the Super Bowl next year. Next year the Big Game will be at New Jersey's Meadowland Stadium and the reason for the possibility of no halftime show...is the COLD weather. Click here for the story!
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