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Sometimes advertising agencies produce lame ads (Sit n' Sleep's "Your killing me, Larry" comes to mind). Sometimes -- as with those his/her couples lubricant spots -- they produce provocative/unsavory ones. And, sometimes, just sometimes, they produce simply beautiful, to the point mini-masterpieces. read more
Been over-stuffing your pie hole this summer? Looking to lose some excess poundage? You're certainly not alone. But, for the love of all that's good and holy, please do not follow in the footsteps of one Iowan woman who deliberately swallowed a parasitic tapeworm to help her slim down. read more
Considering the fact that some American "cuisine" (Oh, those Golden Arches) has become ubiquitous abroad, it's interesting to learn that there's a long list of foods that are verboten in other countries. read more
Let's play a little trivia game. Eating chocolate causes skin breakouts, right?
If you said, "yes," do not pass GO, do not collect $200. Here's the rub (and the best news since Clooney's split from Stacy Kiebler): consuming dark chocolate -- the vitamin, antioxidant and mineral-rich cousin to the overly sugar-filled and processed Hershey bar -- is good for your skin. As an added bonus, dark chocolate also boasts other ancillary beauty -- as well as health -- benefits. read more
Just when you think you've heard it all, comes this. Hang on to your cookies ...
Katharina Unger, an industrial design graduate of University of Applied Arts in Vienna, believes that protein is an important part of people's diets. She's also hellbent on thwarting the meat industry because, as the Daily Mail reports, "We already use one third of croplands for the production of animal feed, it will be necessary to develop alternative food sources and production methods." read more
An Atlantic City, NJ, judge ruled that cocktail waitresses working at a local casino can be fired for gaining weight. The ruling came out of a weight discrimination lawsuit brought forth by 22 waitresses -- known as the Borgata Babes -- at the city's Borgata casino. The women claimed they were required to have frequent weigh-ins and weren't allowed to be more than 7 percent heavier than their weight when hired. Women who had gained weight were suspended until they got their weight down. Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Nelson Johnson ruled in the favor or the casino, arguing that the woman knew that being attractive and thin was part of the job. The application for the job read "part fashion model, part beverage server, part charming host and hostess. All impossibly lovely." Johnson also said that because the women were knowingly referred to as "babes," they should have expected such scrutiny. read more
When you hear the term "emotional eater," what do you usually picture? Probably something straight out of a romantic comedy: A sad sap who just went through a bad breakup, blaring depressing music in the background and shoveling heaping spoonfuls of ice cream into her mouth (straight out of the tub). A good friend may come over eventually, equipped with even more junk food, and the "eat your feelings" mentality continues while the rain pours outside. read more
Want to keep your bikini body intact but don't want to spend the summer sipping light beer? You need to try these amazingly creative (and delicious) options read more
With her new web series for Net-a-Porter, "The Body Beautiful", Miranda Kerr has officially joined the ranks of celebs-turned-lifestyle-gurus who tell us how to live the good life from their gilded pedestals. (We're talking to you, Gwyneth.) First up in her series? The trendy green smoothie that pretty much every fitness buff, yogi, model, celebrity, and all of their mothers are drinking. read more
Anything alcohol-infused is brilliant in our book. The (rather ridiculously named) popcorn company Populence teamed up with a New Zealand winemaker to create a "Sauvignon Blanc Kettle" that incorporates wine into the recipe. According to the site, "the sweet popcorn's final flavor is bright and zesty and pairs beautifully with the wine." Unfortunately, a 1 Gallon Tin will set you back $35. But on the bright side, wine popcorn isn't as bad on the snack scale as, say, Cheetos and beer. And there's something satisfyingly classy about being able to pull a Sauvignon Blanc-flavored snack from your pantry the next time you host a shindig. read more
If it always feels like you're on a diet, that's because you're probably not on the right diet. Here are the expert-approved tips and recipes you need to stop your yo-yo dieting and start seeing results. Total Beauty gives you detailed advice and information about the diet foods and recipes that will help you get clearer skin, lose weight, and more.
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