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Sometimes we forget about the twenty-somethings when talking about health and fitness. Most of the time, you’re at your lowest weight in your teenage years and then once you get into your 30’s, it’s all about how to look and feel like you’re in your 20’s…but what about when you’re actually IN that age range? Let me help you out with a few tips from some celebrities.

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Superfoods. Let’s start by defining them. Superfoods are supposed to be healthier for you and they even (allegedly) help reduce the risk of cancer. They are a “nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.” So for example, blueberries, kale and salmon have been labeled superfoods. While they are typically high in antioxidants and vitamins, some scientists say they may be too high and Catherine Collins, a chief dietitian at London’s St. George’s Hospital says, “The term ‘superfoods’ is at best meaningless and at worst harmful. There are so many wrong ideas about superfoods that I don’t know where best to begin to dismantle the whole concept.” And lastly, there are no regulations for what is deemed an actual superfood. So pay attention when buying into the term, and beware of these in particular:

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There’s always a new craze or trend sweeping the nation. Diets and “being healthy” will always be popular. The past few years, the trend has been juicing and smoothies. I can imagine that if done in moderation and the “proper” way, it can be good for you. But following a trend and not knowing why you’re doing it is the worst thing, if your goal is to really be healthy. A lot of times, it’s just as packed with sugar and other bad ingredients as everything else. And sometimes they’re just down right nasty. Check out some of the drinks you should STAY AWAY from…or at least do differently.

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Weight. This is such a super sensitive topic for many people, celebrities included…no matter how “perfect” we may think their lives are, they suffer from a lot of the same insecurities as everyone else. Granted they have access to the best trainers, chefs, and nutritionists, but that doesn’t exclude them from the pressures of always being at your best. AND let’s not forget they have cameras on them practically 24/7. Not only does their weight tend to fluctuate due to life’s stresses, lack of control of your eating habits, pregnancy, etc., but sometimes they put the strain on their bodies on purpose.

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There are no “butts” about it, the age of the booty is upon us and not just regular sized booty’s, but oversized, large and round booty’s. Whether or not the trend was started by megastars like JLo, Beyoncé or reality TV stars such as Kim Kardashian, the fact remains that women are paying big bucks to reshape their backsides and get the infamous curves that seem to be taking society by storm. So if you’re not quite ready to drop thousands of dollars for butt implants or a fat transfer, besides a good lower body exercise routine (Check out the Kim K. Booty Workout here), try these 15 muscle building foods, that will help grow those glute muscles and get you on your way to a bigger better booty.


Here are top 15 workout tips that Oprah follow.

Being one of the biggest stars on the planet, Oprah is a very busy woman. That is why she struggle with weight loss for many years. However, when she started following these workout tips, she started losing weight. Every now and then, when her weights creep back up, Oprah uses these workout tips to get back in shape. So while you may not have a TV station and a billion dollars in your bank account, you can lose weight with these 15 workout tips as well.

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  1.  Do cardio for at least 200 minutes per week

That is the minimum time everybody should do cardio per week. Whether it is walking, running, jogging or swimming, Oprah makes sure to get at least 200 minutes of some form of cardio in per week. She typically perform cardio 5 to 6 days per week. Getting at leas 3 days of cardio per week should suffice.