Jenna Jameson previously described the exact foods she ate in order to lose 60 pounds after giving birth to her daughter, Batel. (Instagram/Jenna Jameson) Jenna Jameson has been a vocal advocate for the ketogenic diet to help her lose 60 pounds of baby weight, and even revealed on Instagram this week what she ate — and still eats — every day following the birth to her daughter. But should fans really be following her plan for long-term weight loss? As she described her eating habits on social media: “Every morning I eat the exact same thing. 3 eggs with cheese and an avocado. Lunch is my biggest meal, I always eat arugula salad, grilled asparagus or zucchini with some kind of meat (usually a hamburger patty or grilled chicken) I then snack when ever I feel hungry (usually on almonds or macadamia nuts… sometime cottage cheese) that’s it!” “Then I begin my fast at 6 pm. I drink lots of water until I go … [Read more...] about Jenna Jameson’s weight-loss plan isn’t healthy, expert says
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Story highlights Greek yogurt has added protein that keeps us feeling full Its high water content makes soup a food low in energy (calorie) density (CNN)Whether it's turning to supplements, juices or new challenging workouts, it seems everyone is looking for the magic weight loss bullet. But sometimes, losing weight may just be a matter of tweaking your diet -- and eating foods that work for you, not against you. Though none of these foods will work magic by themselves, when they are included as part of a healthy weight-loss diet, they may give you an edge in controlling hunger and shedding unwanted pounds. These satiety-boosting foods will keep you winning at weight loss. Greek or Icelandic yogurt Greek and Icelandic yogurt (both strained to remove the liquid whey) are thicker, creamier and richer in protein than their regular yogurt counterparts, making them one of the best snacks for curbing appetite. Read More JUST WATCHED These foods curb your appetite … [Read more...] about Foods that can suppress appetite, aid weight loss
Story highlights The "3-day military diet" promises a loss of up to 10 pounds but can leave you exhausted and hungry Nutritionists warn that the weight loss will not last and food combos are unhealthy (CNN)Looking for an easy diet to lose a quick few pounds? If you're searching on the Internet, chances are you've stumbled on something called the "military diet." It's also known as the Navy diet, the Army diet and sometimes the ice cream diet, because in addition to hot dogs and tuna fish, you get to eat ice cream on all three days of the program. Smells fishy, right? Well, hold your nose. It's about to get really stinky. Can the foods you eat enhance your sex life? What is the military diet? The military diet is a variation of the ever-popular three-day diet, a crash plan of "fill-in-the-blank" foods to eat if you want to lose weight fast. These diets typically claim that you can lose about 10 pounds in three days to a week if you follow their blueprint to the … [Read more...] about Military diet: 3-day diet or dud?
Story highlights Circadian-synced diet has been linked to weight loss Experts recommend not skipping meals or eating too few calories earlier in the day (CNN)If you are trying to lose weight and otherwise improve your health, you may already be mindful about what you eat during the day. You might skip breakfast. At lunch, you may opt for a salad with lots of veggies, no croutons and low-fat dressing -- on the side, of course. Then, three o'clock hits. You're incredibly hungry and craving candy, sweets or chips. You finally cave, eating a candy bar or other treat. By 6 p.m., you're tearing the kitchen apart, snacking on anything you see. Read More Can the foods you eat enhance your sex life? Despite your best efforts at cutting carbs at meals, you give in to a large helping of pasta or pizza. And then another. But you're still not satisfied. Dessert is calling, and you want something sweet, again. A scoop or two of ice cream satisfies you for the moment, but … [Read more...] about Weight loss can be tied to when, not just what, you eat
Five Post staffers plan to try five diets in January to see how they work. From left: Food and Dining Editor Joe Yonan, Local Living Editor Kendra Nichols, food critic Tom Sietsema, Deputy Food Editor Bonnie S. Benwick and sportswriter Adam Kilgore. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post) Those who know me might think it out of character that I am contributing to WaPo Food’s 5 Diets project, because I believe “diet” is a four-letter word — one that connotes an unsustainable, sometimes self-abusive, short-term fix. But as a registered dietitian who spent years in private practice, I have learned that many people have no structure or strategy at all in their day-to-day eating. They desperately need some kind of plan, an effective set of brakes, and it is often at this January juncture that they grasp for one. My hope is that the perspective I lend here can help the brave participants, and you, to transcend the diet mentality and land on a way of eating, a lifestyle, … [Read more...] about 5 diets, a single resolution to eat better in the new year. Which will work?