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Vanessa Hudgens Switches It Up — Hits Dance Studio!

Vanessa Hudgens Dance Studio

We'd say Vanessa Hudgens has the body for dance!

The problem is, she probably shouldn't be dancing on her phone.

Do you see that thing? The sucker's about to fall a part! It's like it's been held up high by ASkars and then just dropped like 100 times (he's tall)!

We digress… LOLz!

VHudge is lookin' fine as usual! Keep it up, girl!

[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]

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Elle Macpherson Is Sexy On The French Riviera


Elle Macpherson strutted her stuff down the red carpet at the MIPTV trade show in Cannes on Monday.

The Body looked particularly sexy in a red and maroon striped halter dress, fancy sandals and large handbag decorated with black flowers.

Now that's how you dress like a Fashion Star!

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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Your Body Can't Handle Top Ramen And Gatorade!

Filed under: Icky Icky PooFoodHealthBodyScience!Nutrition

While Ramen and Gatorade might be top choices for those on a budget, our bodies cannot handle it!

Scientist Stefani Barden teamed up with Dr. Braden Kuo and had two subjects eat processed foods and homemade foods.

The two subjects swalled M2A LED/Camera pills (Mouth to Anus) and one ate Top Ramen, Gatorade, and gummi bears while the other ate homemade ramen and broth, hibiscus drinks, and gummi bears made from juice.

The results?

The homemade foods are easily digestable but the Ramen is STILL visible, even after 2 hours!

As Barden puts it, "Top Ramen is made to survive armaggedon."


Check out the video above and see this interesting study on food!

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Steps The Body Takes To Get Rid Of Smoking

Filed under: Q&AHealthAdviceSmoking


For many people who decide to quit smoking, the effects can take awhile to wear off. While many after effects from smoking can be mental, the body also needs to time to adjust to life without smoking.

A reader writes:

Love your tips! I am wondering - how long does it take for the body to
fully rid chemicals in the body?

Here is Craig Nabat's response to the body purging smoking chemicals.

Thanks for your words of appreciation; I really want to do what I can to help people quit smoking. Someone helped me quit and it is my way of giving back.

To answer your question, it takes 72 hours to deplete the body of nicotine. It will take another 7 days to rid the body of the 4,000 toxic chemicals that are in each cigarette.

Within 2-3 weeks
-circulation and stamina improve. Lung capacity increases up to 30%.

1 month to 9 months
-coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue and shortness of breath decrease. Cilia regrow in the lungs increasing the ability to handle mucus and infections. The body’s overall energy increases.

1 year
-Risk of heart disease decreases 90%.
-Heart will have returned to nearly normal condition.

10 to 15 years
-Risk of lung, tongue and throat cancer will be roughly the same as if you had never smoked.

The sooner you quit smoking the better chance you have at extending your life; the body does have an amazing way of healing itself.

We hope this helps!

For more tips to quit smoking, feel free to tweet Craig questions @freedomlaser or write to tips@fitperez.com!

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Elle Macpherson Has Legs For Days


There's a reason why Elle Macpherson may be retired from the runway, but she's still got the legs for it!

The Body showed off her elongated figure in a sleek black Rachel Zoe Resort suit Tuesday night as she celebrated the 10th anniversary of her intimates line at Selfridges in London.

Lookin' good Elle!

[Image via Daniel Deme/WENN.]

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Elle Macpherson To Host NBC's Fashion Star


More deets have surfaced about NBC's new fashion reality show that began casting last month.

The show's official title is Fashion Star and will be hosted by Elle "The Body" Macpherson.

Producer Ben Silverman said the prime-time program will "introduce would-be designers — not of high-end fashion in the manner of “Project Runway,” but creators of fashion lines that might include bathing suits or lingerie, or surf wear and jeans".

He added "retail buyers would be involved in selecting the winning designs" and "each week viewers will be able to go online and buy the designs created by the contestants, even the losing ones".

And even though there's no New York Fashion Week presentation like Project Runway, the grand prize is equally as enticing: a multimillion-dollar contract to place a new fashion line in top retail stores.

This show sounds a lot better than Bravo's The Fashion Show and Launch My Line, don't cha think?

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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