I’ve never dieted in my life. I live by the 80 20 rule eat healthy 80 percent of the time, let less healthyfoods slide 20 percent of the time (okay, okay maybe my rule is more like 60 40).I also work out a lot (usually five to seven days a week), so I never felt bad about indulging with friends on the weekend or stress eating during the week (read: protein bar binges; we have a lot of bars here at Shape HQ).But when Jamba Juice and celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak challenged me to try the Body Reset Diet (sound familiar? You may have seen it on Khlo Kardashian’s Revenge Body), I was intrigued. (A two week diet to reset my protein bar habit? How bad could that be?) So I signed on.How the diet works: The first five days, I’d eat three small Super Blend smoothies (made with fresh ingredients such as kale, Greek yogurt, lemon, raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries); two Pasternak approved “crunchy snacks” (more on that below); and at least five liters of water a day.
In postmenopausal women, estrogens can increase the risk of cancer of the ovaries, stroke, dementia, and serious blood clots in the legs. Estrogens alone do not appear to increase the risk of breast cancer when used for up to 7 years. Estrogen, when used with a progestin, can increase the risk of heart disease (such as heart attacks), stroke, serious blood clots in the lungs/legs, dementia, and cancer of the breast/ovaries..
Since the beginning of the gamification industry in 2010, over 350 companies have launched major gamification projects. These include consumer brands like MLB, Adobe, NBC, Walgreens, Ford, Southwest, eBay, Panera and Threadless among others. For B2B companies Oracle, SAP, Jive, Cisco, Pearson and Salesforce, gamification has emerged as a key element in their consumerization of the enterprise strategy.
Had to learn that I can change what happened, she said. I also not going to feel bad about it or ashamed of something I had zero control over. Was during their second round of IVF that the couple decided it wasn a secret worth keeping anymore. Her parents sent her to fat camp, and she’s condensed those summers into a book she named after herself, Moose. It’s revealing, it’s candid, it’s uncomfortable. At school, Stephanie was unpopular the jocks called her “Moose.” At camp, she was popular, dating one of the most desirable boys, hanging with the cool girls.
ULA’s second launch in 2015 thunders aloft from the US West Coast with NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive mission (SMAP). It is the first US Earth observing satellite designed to collect global observations of surface soil moisture. PST) on ULA’s Delta II rocket.