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Tamar Braxton has a big, beautiful baby bump, but don't get too close!
The Braxton Family Values star says her space is being invaded way too much! She says:
"The annoying thing is that people think it’s cool to touch your stomach."
But Tamar says that is NOT cool! At least not where she is from! She says:
Here it is, folks!
Kim Kardashian is FINALLY showing off her uncovered, fully-popped six-month-along baby bump!
And HOT DAMN, does she look hella fierce or WHAT?!
The reality starlet, who probably won't be too pleased to be the subject of Ray J's new single, posted a double-photo to her Instagram account early this morning which puts both her shirt-covered and BARE belly on full display, along with the caption:
Omg! What a funny idea!
This man drew a flower around his bellybutton… then filled it with bird seed!
We wonder how long he was lying down before any birds came by.
Whatever he did, worked, because he stayed still enough to have two hummingbirds come over!
And they actually feed from him!
Ha! That must've felt weird!
Check out the video (above) to see the human bird feeder!
Sigh. It's true.
Candy corn flavored Oreos exist and are about to storm the market (starting Sept. 10th), fueled by exactly zero demands from customers.
Seriously, who would want to snack on these?? Candy corn is considered the least awesome Halloween time candy by everyone in the world, whether they admit it or not! Ha!
Someone must have lost a bet or something.
You can find them at Target, though, if you want to have yourself a big ol' belly laugh.
No, she didn't get engaged to her current beau, Austin Butler.
And boy is she looking good for it!
Girl's got a toned tummy like whoa!
Keep it up, 'Nessa!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Chillax! A major risk factor to increasing abdominal fat is the hormone cortisol. Cortisol causes a redistribution of bodyfat to occur and causes an increase in belly fat. Belly fat tissue actually increases in size when it is exposed to cortisol. Suffice it to say, if you want to get lean, especially in the abdominal area, you have to control cortisol levels! Reducing stress and getting enough sleep every night (7-9 hrs) can certainly help in managing cortisol levels to reduce fat storage in the abdomen region. Taking supplements like Vitamin C, Zinc, and Phosphatidylserine may also help!
- Celebrity Nutritionist, Rehan Jalali