When it comes to dieting, some people will do almost anything to lose weight. The problem arises when these wacky ways to shed pounds are just as unsafe as they are outrageous—none listed here would get a green light from a qualified doctor. In other words, do not try these at home. Instead, we suggest sticking to the standby combo of regular exercise and a wholesome balanced diet as your best bet for losing weight and keeping it off.
Played by Jennie Garth, Kelly became unexpectedly pregnant, was temporarily addicted to cocaine, shot her rapist, and endured many other trials and tribulations. Garth’s life couldn’t be further removed from the drama that ensued on the teen soap that started in 1990. Today, Garth is a twice-divorced mom of three who’s been married to actor David Abrams since last July. Aside from other projects, including a stint on “Dancing With the Stars,” she has had two reality shows: “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country,” which saw her move family to a seven-acre farm in the countryside of Central California, and “The Jennie Garth Project,” which followed the then-single mom renovating a dated Hollywood Hills house for her and her three kids The reality shows gave a glimpse into her life as a mom of three girls, now aged 19, 13, and 10.
So you think you’re having a heart attack. Symptoms of what’s also known as myocardial infarction should never be ignored—get medical help if you have ever think that you’re experiencing a heart attack or if you have more than one of the symptoms below at once. But it’s possible there could be other health issues at play. Click through the gallery above to see if your heart attack symptom may actually be a case of some other underlying health issue. Did we miss something?
Genetically modified foods entered the Canadian food system 20 years ago, yet most people still don’t know they’ve been eating them since mandatory labelling isn’t required here (or in the United States) like it is in 64 other countries around the world. But even without mandatory labelling, there’s a growing movement of people who are concerned about genetically modified foods and want to avoid them. A 2015 national Ipsos Reid poll commissioned by the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network found that 88 per cent of Canadians want genetically modified (GM) foods labelled on grocery store shelves. GMOs are genetically modified organisms, also known as genetically modified foods.
“When I got the email I started screaming,” says Faith (whose hometown in the mag is listed as “British Columbia”). “It’s been surreal.” ALSO SEE: Woman loses more than 100 pounds in 9 months – without surgery! People discovered Faith through her Instagram account, where she speaks openly about her struggles with excess weight, poor body image, and food addiction. Faith used to go to three different Dairy Queens to get the same thing—Skor Blizzards with extra fudge and extra Skor—so that the staff working the drive-through wouldn’t recognize her. She would spray her car with air freshener afterward so that no one would catch on to her secret snacks. After the birth of her first child in 2000, Faith weighed 220 pounds and wore size 44 men’s pants.