‘Nanny’ actress shares funny tales on dieting
“Drawing conclusions from self-reported food and beverage intake data is challenging, particularly because we know normal-weight and overweight people report with different levels of accuracy,” she said. The study results didn’t surprise Susie Swithers, a professor of psychological sciences at Purdue University. Swithers, who had no part in the study, said animal research has found that artificial sweeteners disrupt basic learning processes. Sometimes sweet tastes predict caloric intake, as when sugar is eaten. With diet drinks, however, no calories arrive with the sweet taste.
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Feeling proud of your New Year detox? One in six dieters will GAIN weight in January
None of this was very manly. Men were expected to exercise, pump iron, maybe drink raw eggs like Rocky Balboa. And they did. But now I’d argue that dieting and calorie counting has gone mainstream. Heck, so has diabetes.
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When successful January dieters were asked if they believed they had achieved their target weight loss in the past, only 32 per cent of dieters said yes. But 44 per cent said that they would have preferred to have lost more, while 24 per cent said that they were far off what they would like to have lost. Some 25 per cent found themselves ‘comfort eating to avoid the January blues’, while 22 per cent said that January was ‘too boring’ so they ‘lacked the motivation’ to stick to a diet plan The reasons behind wanting to lose weight were also looked at in the study, which revealed the main reason to simply be to look good, with 56 per cent of respondents selecting that as their biggest motivator. Around 33 per cent said it was to improve general health, while 11 per cent said it was down to ‘pressure from their partner’ Around 33 per cent said it was to improve general health, while 11 per cent said it was down to ‘pressure from their partner’. The financial side of dieting was also explored by the study, as all respondents who had attempted a January diet in the past were asked if they had ever paid money to sign up to specific diets.
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“Bermuda Avenue Triangle” is especially memorable as being one of the last plays to have been staged at Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami. In the 1995 comedy, Taylor and Beatrice Arthur play senior widows who live in Miami Beach and become interested in a gigolo (Bologna). “I will always fondly remember ‘Bermuda’ because of the fun of working with both Bea and Joe and that majestic theater. Joe and I relish creating the plots and characters and seeing them come alive on the stage.” Although Bologna is Italian-American, the couple are members of a temple in Beverly Hills, visited Israel and raised their son Gabriel, who is an actor/writer himself, as Jewish. Gabriel is currently writing a screenplay for a film on the Holocaust.
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