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Shailene Woodley Drinks Bone Broth for Breakfast – Get Her Recipe!

Shailene Woodley Drinks Bone Broth for Breakfast – Get Her Recipe!

Originally posted 03/17/2015 02:40PM

Now you can make Hollywood's new favorite drink in your own home

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Paula Deen Has a New Outlook on Weight Loss | Dr. Oz, Paula Deen

Paula Deen Has a New Outlook on Weight Loss

Originally posted 03/16/2015 04:30PM

Plus, how the celeb chef de-stresses

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Celebrity Chef's Paleo Cookbook for Babies on Hold: 'A Baby May Die If This Book Goes Ahead'

Celebrity Chef's Paleo Cookbook for Babies on Hold: 'A Baby May Die If This Book Goes Ahead'

Originally posted 03/12/2015 11:50AM

A Paleo cookbook for babies has been placed on hold after health officials expressed reservations about some of the recipes, including a DIY baby milk formula based on liver and bone broth.

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Woman Intentionally Gains and Loses 42 Lbs. for Controversial TLC Documentary

Woman Intentionally Gains and Loses 42 Lbs. for Controversial TLC Documentary

Originally posted 01/04/2015 12:50PM

While plenty of people are trying to shed a few pounds, one woman purposely got chunky to prove a controversial point.

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Do These Dr. Oz-Approved Weight-Loss Supplements Really Work? | Dr. Oz

Do These Dr. Oz-Approved Weight-Loss Supplements Really Work?

Originally posted 06/20/2014 10:45AM

Dr. Mehmet Oz recently got a dose of tough medicine after being publicly reprimanded on Capitol Hill for spotlighting certain dietary supplements.

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Is the Latest Weight-Loss Craze Helpful or Harmful?

The Fast Diet: Inside the New Weight-Loss Craze

Originally posted 03/17/2013 08:50PM

The thought alone of eating just 500 calories a day is enough to make any woman feel faint. But for two days a week that's exactly what the latest blockbuster diet from Britain recommends.

The Fast Diet, coauthored by London-based doctor Michael Mosley and writer Mimi Spencer, outlines a weight-loss plan that limits a woman's daily intake to 500 calories twice aweek (men get 600 calories) but allows dieters to eat whatever they want on the remaining five days.

"It's not really fasting. It's just a break from your normal routine," says Mosley, 56, who dropped 20 lbs. in three months on the plan. "It's not like an ordinary diet where you think about it all the time. The joy is that you get on with your ordinary life."

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