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This is from an article on the gossip site perezhilton.com so you can take it with a grain of salt.

Keith Junor- Curator for behealthyandslim.com

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Oh no! We hope that she’s taking care of herself!

According to The National EnquirerAngelina Jolie‘s shocking weight loss is not only due to her busy life as a mom, but also from the diet pillsthat she may be taking to keep her energy levels high!

Sources close to the actress reveal that she’s down to a alarming 93 pounds, and that she first started using them on the set of Wanted to keep her moving, and has now started up again!

The insider explains:

“Angie used diet pills a few years back, and everyone around her believes that she’s started up again. She’s burning the candle at both ends – juggling career demands with her human­itarian work and trying to keep up with her rambunctious kids. Angie believes the pills give her energy to help her get through the day. Angie starts her day with a double espres­so and drinks coffee until bedtime. She sucks on candy for a speed rush, and instead of eatingbalanced meals, she picks at the kids’ food. Brad begs her to eat, but she’s GO, Go, go all the time and doesn’t listen to him. Her erratic diet has become one of the biggest problems in their relationship.”

Furthermore, she apparently has been known to take the controversial South African herbal dietary supplement Hoodia, which contains amphetamine-like substances, to lose the baby weight from her pregnancywith Knox and Vivienne, and then again while filming Salt and editing her directorial debut In The Land of Blood and Honey!

Not good!

We have always commended her humanitarian efforts on top of her acting and role as a parent, but not at the expense of her health!

Hopefully, if these reports are valid, she’ll realize what a dangerous path she’s on and make a sincere effort to try and cut back – if not for herself, then for her children!

[Image via WENN.]

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Basically the gossip magazines are concluding that due to her current appearance and the fact that she has said that she tried diet pills at one time that she is overdoing them now.

Yes that is a possibility but the fact that she is always on the go could be the main reason for the weight loss she has undergone.

There are many diet pills that do not have the adverse effects that they mention like the new diet aid African Mango Extract.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 Great Diets For The Whole Family

5 Great Diets for the Whole Family

Diets suitable for the entire family are flexible, familiar, and safe. Here are some of the best bets

October 19, 2011 RSS Feed Print

Dieting is a lonely road, at least when you go it alone. But when you make healthy eating a family affair, lasting success is likelier. The trick is finding an approach that’s suitable for everyone—from the kids to grandpa. “Most diets aren’t about the family, and that really is a fundamental flaw,” says David Katz, director of the Prevention Research Center at Yale University School of Medicine. “It’s typically an every-man-for-himself scenario, and inevitably, people leave their families behind.”

Although most experts say “dieting” is inappropriate for children, who need ample calories and nutrients, there are plenty of family-friendly eating plans that accomplish both weight and health goals. The plan must be safe and nutritionally sound enough to meet the needs of all family members, whether they’re 12 or 72. That disqualifies low-calorie and super-restrictive diets that skimp on important vitamins and nutrients, like carbs or calcium.

5 great diets for the whole familyFamily-friendly diets should also allow for splurging and negotiation; if a kid doesn’t like fish, for example, is it OK to substitute a favorite meat? “The more restrictive it is, the less likely it is to work for a family,” Katz says. Likewise, families may find it tough to adjust to plans with unconventional menus, such as theraw food diet, which mandates that food never be heated above 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Extra points go to plans that are tasty and call for widely available ingredients, rather than those found only in specialty stores.

Though settling on an approach requires research and planning, it’s well worth the work, says Teresa Fung, a nutritionist atSimmons College in Boston. When only one family member is dieting, compliance can be difficult; it’s easier to fall off the wagon when everyone else is digging into their favorites, and you’re stuck with a prepackaged meal. A family-friendly diet comes with a built-in support system, and if you choose your plan wisely, the entire family’s health could improve.

In June, U.S. News released its first-ever Best Diets rankings, an evaluation of 20 eating plans from Atkins to the Zone. Both Katz and Fung were among the 22 experts who rated the diets. Below are five they identified as the most family-friendly, listed in no particular order.

DASH DietThis family-friendly eating pattern aims to deflate highblood pressure, and helps keep weight in check, too. Online materials suggest how many calories you should eat for your age and activity level, meaning DASH can be tailored for kids and seniors alike. Meals emphasize fruits, veggies, grains, fat-free or low-fat dairy, and lean meat, poultry, and fish—all conventional ingredients. DASH-friendly recipes range from grilled pineapple to Southwestern potato skins, fruit smoothies, and Buckwheat pancakes. “I don’t think the typical American diet looks anything like DASH or Mediterranean,” Fung says. “Most families get pizza or go out to eat twice a week. But even if the diet looks very distant from where you are, moving [one] step closer will be an improvement.”

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Mayo Clinic Diet. The Mayo Clinic’s take on healthy eating revolves around fruits, veggies, and whole grains. You’ll learn to replace bad eating habits, such as chowing down while watching TV, with good ones, like getting at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day.

It’s appropriate for all ages. Plus, you don’t count calories—which can be tedious for kids—and you can snack all you want on fruits and veggies. Bonus: The Mayo Clinic Diet, an essential guidebook, offers a crash course in nutrition basics that parents can use to educate children. “Anything that’s engaging or creates a dialogue is helpful,” Katz says.

 

Here is a link to the original article 5 Great Diets For The Whole Family On The usnews.com website

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Great diet tips for various ages. Depending on your age there are definitely some differences in what you should be eating.

Keith Junor- Curator of Behealthyandslim.com

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