Is it just us, or does Khloe Kardashian look AMAZING lately??!
The reality starlet turned heads at the launch of HPNOTIQ's Glam Louder program in Beverly Hills and looked fantastic as she showed off her hourglass figure!
So how did she get into such great shape?
Khloe dished on her weight loss, saying:
YIKES!! Katherine Webb might want to reconsider her diet!
The former Miss Alabama/ Splash contestant recently revealed that she only eats about 1,120 calories a day to maintain her slim figure!
Now we're not nutritional experts, but that sounds pretty low to us! Haylie Pomroy, however, IS a nutritionist and says Katherine can easily add about 600 more calories to her diet, especially since she's so active.
Katherine doesn't seem to think there's anything wrong with her diet, as she says:
We assume one of the worst things anyone could do when diagnosed with MS would be to do nothing. That's why we're sooooo glad that Jack Osbourne hasn't taken the news as the end, and he hasn't let it defeat him!
In fact, he's going on the offensive!
Not only is he on the right meds, but he's completely overhauled his diet in a preventative bid!
Britney Spears is one HAWT mama!
Of course, this isn't exactly news considering we've known this for YEARS! But between all of the craziness of recording her new music and being a mommy, we have to ask how does she do it??!
In a recent interview, Brit Brit revealed that one of her biggest secrets to staying in shape is
We gave you guys an update back when Lisa Lampanelli lost about 80 pounds a few months ago — and we're happy to report she's now lost over 100!!
She went from 248 to 142! That's IMPRESSIVE!
Having tried everything else, she opted for weight-loss surgery. Now, she's feeling like the person she was meant to be:
You've seen the cover — you've seen the spread! Now it's time to READ!
That's right! Sit your beautiful booties down and put on your reading glasses, because Britney Spears has some important shizz to say to SHAPE about health and fitness after 30!
Are you ready?? Here's her wisdom on her body:
I was essentially raised on the Mediterranean Diet. My mom is Armenian and my Dad is Italian. During my childhood, my Armenian grandmother used to make many delicious, healthy, middle eastern dishes, and my Italian grandmother used to prepare these to-die-for, tasty Sicilian and Neapolitan meals.
Since May is National Mediterranean Diet Month, I wanted to talk a little about what this diet is, its benefits and how it works.
For thousands of years the Mediterranean diet has been been considered the healthiest diet to maintain our wellbeing and prevent many chronic and life threatening disease. Research validates that eating a diet rich in plant foods and healthy fats is beneficial. Many studies have also proven that religiously adhering to the Mediterranean diet protects us against obesity, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, development of heart disease, metabolic syndrome, some cancers, type 2 diabetes and also leads to longevity.
The health benefits are not due to this diet alone, but a way of life too. In addition to a wide variety of nutrient rich, low fat foods and casual dining, family involvement and physical activity make the Mediterranean diet even more effective according to many experts.