Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Beyoncé Kelly Ripa Kim K. Kesha PerezTV

All tag results for ingredients

Kourtney Kardashian Drinks Clarified Butter Everyday For Health?!

no title

Move over, Gwyneth Paltrow! Kourtney Kardashian is the queen of health tricks!

Recently, the KUWTK star wrote a blog entry where she confesses to drinking ghee, a type of clarified butter commonly used in South Asian cuisine.

Related: Kourtney Kardashian Shares Her Most Revealing Photo Yet!

While drinking butter doesn't seem like it would be good for your health, the 36-year-old says the substance triggers weight loss, strengthens the immune system, hydrates skin, makes hair grow thick, and nourishes the nervous system.

The pint-sized diva wrote:

"A teaspoon a day does a body good."

Who taught her about ghee?! It was none other than mama Kris Jenner, who learned to make it from ex Robert Kardashian's mother.

However, Kourt buys it from Martha Soffer of Surya Spa. According to Miz Kardashian:

"She taught me to take ghee every morning and I trust all of the ingredients and I know she makes it herself."

You can substitute ghee for regular butter, and use it in French toast, grilled cheese sandwiches, and quesadillas. On the flip side, be cautious about using it with protein.

"I just stick to eating it with some sort of carbohydrate like a cracker… You can use ghee while cooking oatmeal, stir fries, soups, quinoa dishes, rice, lentils, and veggie sautees."

Considering how good Kourtney looks, everyone should be drinking ghee RIGHT NOW!

[Image via Instagram.]

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comment Here

Gwyneth Paltrow's Morning Smoothie Sounds Good — But Making It Could Cost You OVER $150!

Filed under: Gwyneth PaltrowDietsFoodHealth

$150 seems a little steep, don't you think?

Gwyneth Paltrow has been taking some time off acting to focus on her lifestyle website, Goop.

And thanks to this little hiatus from filming, we've been gifted a bunch of recipes that keep the blonde beauty's mind right and body tight!

But one recipe caught our attention for a somewhat different reason.

Video: Gwyneth & Jimmy Fallon Sing First 'Textual' Experiences!

In her Morning Smoothie — which she drinks EVERY day — the momma-of-two lists some pretty out-there ingredients, mostly interesting herbs, powders, and even a finishing touch of her own concoction… Moon Dust!

However, when you add these all together, it turns out making this delicious and nutritious beverage can actually cost you a pretty penny!

After crunching some numbers, we determined that making your own Morning Smoothie just like Gwyn, it'll set you back

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comment Here

Chipotle Is Offering A $3 Burrito On Halloween If You Wear A Costume With THIS Twist!

Filed under: Harry PotterTwilightHalloweenFoodFast FoodScary!

no title

This deal is so good it's to DIE for!

Chipotle always offers fresh ingredients that taste good and won't break the bank — not like some nightmarish other fast food restaurants that put all those extra preservatives and artificial flavorings in your meals!

Since there's nothing scarier than unnecessary additives in your meals, Chipotle is inviting Halloween participants to spook them by adding something unnecessary to their costume to score a $3 boorito!!

Related: McDonald's Introduces Sweet Potato Fries & Ordering Changes!

If you're a vampire? Add a broomstick! A Sexy police officer? Add a wizard wand! Harry Potter? Add a Hoverboard! You get the idea…

Anyone who shows up to a Chipotle on Halloween night (starting at 5 pm) with something "unnecessary" added to their costume will score a $3 burrito!

Check out Chipotle's eerie Twilight Zone-eqsue commercial (below) to hear more about the delicious deal!

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comment Here

Alcohol With Beauty Benefits?! Find Out How TY KU Sake Can Give You Healthier Skin Here!

Filed under: Beauty BuzzTY KUHealthAlcoholScience!

no title

Everyone loves a tasty cocktail, but most people could do without the hangover that comes with it.

Don't worry, TY KU is changing the drinking game — because their all-natural, low-calorie sake contains health and beauty benefits! (Yes, srsly!)

Coming in a wide array of flavors including cucumber and coconut, TY KU contains active ingredients to lighten, soften and even tone your skin!

[ Related: TY KU Wants Yogis To Sip On Their Sake! ]

The Japanese-inspired alcohol contains kojic acid, which naturally minimizes melanin in the skin, making it appear lighter! It also is full of prolin and glutamic acid, which helps hydrate and soften your skin and hair!

But the reasons to sip the sake don't stop there! TY KU also contains ferulic acid, an anti-aging ingredient used to prevent wrinkles, sagging, and skin spots — and also protects skin against harmful UV rays!

This sake isn't just good inside your body, it has been used as an alternative skin toner in Japan! The drink carries saccharides and amino acids that remove dirt or oil on contact with the skin!

So, drink your way to healthier skin by taking some TY KU sake bombs!!!

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Your Morning Cereal Is About To Get A LOT Less Colorful! General Mills Is Removing All Artificial Ingredients INCLUDING Dyes!

Filed under: FoodHealthStuff 4 Kidz

no title

No more Blue Moons and Purple Horseshoes?!

On Monday, General Mills announced that it will remove all artificial colors and flavors from its cereals!

Beginning with popular cereals like Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Reese's Puffs, the cereal titan expects 90 percent of its cereal to go natural by the end of 2016, and the remaining 10 percent to be free of artificial colors and flavors by 2017!

[ Related: Ryan McHenry's Final Vine Of Ryan Gosling Refusing To Eat Cereal Is AH-Mazing ]

This decision seems to be following the trend that customers have been growing wary of processed foods, resulting in many food companies systematically ridding their products of ingredients that don't look natural.

Jim Murphy, president of General Mills U.S. cereal business, explained that customers don't want labels full of "colors with numbers and ingredients you can't pronounce." He explained:

"Consumers increasingly want the ingredient list for their cereal to look like what they pull out of their pantry."

We can expect colors like Red 40, Yellow 6, Blue 1 and other artificial dyes common in some cereals to be replaced by colors made from spices and fruit and vegetable juice concentrates!

[ Related: Diet Pepsi Will Soon Be Aspartame-Free! ]

Though removing artificial flavors isn't that easy for certain marshmallow-filled cereals like Lucky Charms and Count Chocula. Marshmallows are more difficult to reformulate the colors without changing the taste, texture, and appearance!

Let's hope the cereal company can keep their products just as colorful and tasty without any artificial ingredients.

If not, those kids might not be after those Lucky Charms for long!

[Image via General Mills.]

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / Comments Off

Chocolate Instant Ramen Noodles: Gross? Amazing? Both??

Filed under: Wacky, Tacky & TrueFoodCrazzzzyFood Porn

no title

Let's talk about something important: foods we don't need but someone made anyway.

The topic? Chocolate! Yay! More specifically: chocolate ramen! Ew!!

Pot Noodle is a company who makes instant ramen noodles, and they've gone and ruined them with chocolate! This abomination is known as "dessert noodles" and they're called ChocNoodle.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / 1 comment

EXCLUSIVE! Remember When Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Lattes Had Ingredients You Might Not Have Liked? Here's Their Response!

Filed under: Exclusives!FoodHealthFast Food

A rep at Starbucks gives us the inside scoop on what goes into Pumpkin Spice Lattes!

So remember when we told you that Starbucks's super awesome seasonal Pumpkin Spice Latte DIDN'T have any actual pumpkin in it and DID contain lots and lots of unhealthy ingredients??

Well it turns out that there's more to the story than meets the eye!

Sadly, you STILL wont find any bits of real pumpkin in your tasty beverage. However, a rep from Starbucks contacted us to clear the air on some of the other accusations:

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Permalink / 5 comments