The Dirty Little Diet Secret

Written by Amy Grant

Have you ever wondered how actors stay in such great shape? You know they couldn’t starve themselves allrepparttar time, because you can see their weight fluctuate from movie to movie, depending onrepparttar 140227 role they’re playing. The fact is Hollywood’s slim and slender are hiding a dark secret from you, their adoring fan.

Why would these movie stars hide such an effective and powerful weight loss secret? Why not sign contracts for endorsements and make even more money while gaining more publicity? Why not share this information withrepparttar 140228 general public and put an end to obesity and weight-related diseases in America? Don’t they care enough about their faithful fans to share this secret?

These celebrities have their reasons. Think about it: what is a movie star’s most valuable asset? You might say “talent” but I disagree because some actors and actresses are successful with only a minimal amount of skill (have you turned on a television lately?) You might be thinking it’s their looks or physical appearance. I would argue that’s not it either, because some successful actors and actresses are able to maintain their popularity long after their physical beauty begins to fade.

An actor’s most valuable asset is their REPUTATION. See, reputation is a combination of popularity, looks, news andrepparttar 140229 star’s ability to entertain. Some stars maintain a scandalous reputation because it gets them more press. Some stars actually provide entertainment through their negative press. Forrepparttar 140230 most part, your favorite actors and actresses try to protect themselves from bad press.

What does this have to do withrepparttar 140231 hidden weight loss secret?

Since they don’t want bad press, and since part of their job is to look good, who in their right mind would be willing to have their “before” photos splashed onrepparttar 140232 cover ofrepparttar 140233 Enquirer orrepparttar 140234 National Star? Hollywood does not want you to know what they look like when they’re not at their best.

Have you ever noticed that when an actress is between movies, we don’t see very much of her inrepparttar 140235 limelight? When movie stars are between projects, they typically pack on some additional pounds. It’s not so much that we wouldn’t recognize them, but enough to turn uprepparttar 140236 pressure when they’re trying to impress directors, producers and casting agents. Five to ten pounds could make or break a big role, or even a smaller role that could lead to a starring role.

So what’srepparttar 140237 dirty little Hollywood secret, and why hasn’trepparttar 140238 Enquirer uncovered it yet? We already know these stars have personal trainers, and in most cases, they follow strict nutritional plans. We know they exercise for several hours every day, since being in shape and looking great is a requirement forrepparttar 140239 job. But what else are they hiding?

How To Gain An Avalanche Of Energy!

Written by Tim Webb

For many people out there trying to become more energised and active they are terrified of committing to daily activity. It is so engrained in their minds that they might over train that they literally shy away from daily physical training and instead followrepparttar herd and train two or three times per week.

If you really want to create energy, enthusiasm, and positive forward momentum in your life then start to move your body and breathe deeply each day with focus each day and you will begin to discover that which I am talking about.

Allrepparttar 140087 system in your body use energy. Pretty much everyone knows this and it often leads people to missrepparttar 140088 boat entirely when it comes to getting themselves motivated, fit, and full of zest for life.

Of courserepparttar 140089 bodies systems use energy.

But guess what?

They CREATE IT as well!

People routinely forget this and it can lead to gross under training or simply performingrepparttar 140090 incorrect routines for that which they are after.

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