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Four ‘healthy’ foods that aren’t so healthy after all

walletpop logo Four healthy foods that arent so healthy after allThese days everything from cereal to vodka is fortified exness with vitamins and minerals. But getting 500% of a day’s worth of vitamin C might not be necessary — or have any health benefits at all. In fact, several experts say getting mega-doses of some vitamins might even be risky, not to mention costly.

Here are four so-called “healthy” foods that actually may be harmful to your health … and your wallet:  

How to Clean Your System out Safetly

logo 300x46 How to Clean Your System out SafetlyEvery three months, Pamela Bryant, 50, stops eating food for at least 10 days to clean the gunk out of her body. When she’s hungry, she drinks a concoction of lemon juice, cayenne exness trade pepper and maple syrup, laxative tea or saltwater.The popular liquid detox diet, known as the Master Cleanser, has few nutrients and is ridiculed by most nutrition experts. But Bryant swears it helps her lose weight and reduce cravings for sugar, caffeine and marijuana.When it’s over, “you feel incredible,” said Bryant, a Maui massage therapist. “You have way more energy, and all your vital organs are rested and detoxified.”  

An Olympic Effort to End Hunger

FFP An Olympic Effort to End Hunger

After Olympic hopeful Stella Metsovas was sidelined by severe anemia, she found a new focus for her incredible energy and passion: ending world hunger.

For eight years as a child, Metsovas trained six hours a day in swimming. At age 13, she exness trading achieved times so fast that she gained national standing and began competing in junior and senior meets, the precursors to Olympic trials in the United States.

Nutritionist, Stella Metsovas & Oprah’s New Detox Diet

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By Vicki Salemi

In case you haven’t heard, Oprah is following a new nutritional plan. Apparently this one is different, better and, yes, spiritual. Following Kathy Freston’s Quantum Wellness, Oprah recently began her journey with a 21-day cleanse. Why? She says to achieve the highest level of health and contentment.


The New York Times featuring Top Nutritionist Stella Metsovas

nytlogo379x64 The New York Times featuring Top Nutritionist Stella Metsovas

April 22, 2007
Winning the Nutrition Game, With Help From a Coach

MARIAM NOORZAI of Camarillo, Calif., struggled with obesity for 20 years and at one time weighed 279 pounds. She tried weight programs from Atkins to Weight Watchers, but it wasn’t until she hired a personal nutrition coach last fall that she finally lost the excess weight, dropping to 128 pounds.


Nutritionist, Stella Metsovas and Your Diet’s Role In Preventing Breast Cancer

yogurt Nutritionist, Stella Metsovas and Your Diet’s Role In Preventing Breast CancerThis fall, October will mark the twenty-fifth year of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you aren’t aware of breast cancer by now, you’ve been living under a rock, but this is a great opportunity to get up to speed on new research on this all-too-common disease.
Just in: A recent study in Sweden suggests that women who consume foods with a high glycemic index (meaning that they spike your blood glucose and insulin levels), have a higher risk for breast cancer.

Nutritionist Stella Metsovas in the Wall Street Journal

wsj Nutritionist Stella Metsovas in the Wall Street Journal
Facing an Overweight
Electorate, Barack Obama
Might Find Low Body Fat a
Speaking to donors at a San Diego fund-raiser last month, Barack Obama reassured the crowd that he wouldn’t give in to Republican tactics to throw his candidacy off track.
“Listen, I’m skinny but I’m tough,” Sen. Obama said.
But in a nation in which 66% of the voting-age population is overweight and 32% is obese, could Sen. Obama’s skinniness be a liability? Despite his visits to waffle houses, ice-cream parlors and greasy-spoon diners around the country, his slim physique just might have some Americans wondering whether he is truly like them.

Stella Metsovas Client, Jim Nesbitt, featured in People Magazine

Jim NesbittBEFORE 174 LBS.

Jim Nesbitt cross-trained five days a week and was fairly trim at 174 lbs. Except, he says, “my belly stuck out.” Frustrated, the Tustin, Calif., computer network broker, 46, hired nutritionist Stella Metsovas, who noticed he ate a lot of floury foods. “I love my pizza, pasta and bread,” says the dad of 7-year-old twins.

Stella Metsovas Featured in the Health Benefits of Honey, Royal Jelly and Beeswax

mainLogo Stella Metsovas Featured in the Health Benefits of Honey, Royal Jelly and Beeswax

Women have used honey to sweeten their beauty routines for centuries: Cleopatra bathed in milk and honey to augment her youthful allure, and Queen Anne of England layered her locks with honey and oil to keep them lustrous and thick. Discover how ingredients from the hive can work for you.