Ever wondered how celebrities keep trim? Read on for how Pure Package has helped quite a few of them.
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I can only imagine that the desire to become famous, which does run powerfully through the veins of so many, must (and should) be tinged with fear when we read the gossip that is generated around their hapless lives. I say hapless, though I’d be non-hapless if I could have the life style and bank balance without the accompanying hassle. But hapless because celebrities are preyed, feasted and opined upon by people they don’t know exist, but possibly look like the back end of a bus in need repair, and may have very little in the way of talent/education or charm. (They may, but admittedly, may not, seriously.)
Equally the gossip columns write about celebrities simply by looking at a photograph or seeing footage on television. Not necessarily by knowing the facts – though sometimes they do by fair or foul means. And with Twitter as powerful as it now is, the gossip plot thickens.
By Emerand Sam
The other word for celebrity could arguably be ‘successful’ and across the board the celebrities we read about in every paper are successful at something. However if they are female, and let’s say ‘successful’, they have to have us checking out their every lump, bump and wrinkle. When they are pregnant we watch as the bump grows, then when they have given birth and are most vulnerable and needing peace and quiet, we are curious when they don’t lose weight IMMEDIATELY, and a little critical when they do.
Take Denise van Outen. She was compared to mothers who had lost their baby weight, and then commented on because she wasn’t supposed to, and then DID. My feeling is that she did the sensible thing, being the glamorous slightly older wife of the seriously cute bloke, and got her rest and results by ordering food from, well, us. Why wouldn’t you? Then everyone – mother and baby – gets the nutrients they need and the rest they deserve. The bottom line is, she got her gorgeous figure back, as have many of her fellow celebs. This is the power of successful weight loss management.
Weight loss is a complex and interesting subject that has perplexed and challenged us for decades. We think that we can rush to the gym and get fit/slim, but the truth is – as we hear it repeatedly, ‘you can’t out-train a bad diet’. This is true for everyone, and 80% of being fit is to do with nutrition, aka what we eat, even if sedentary. As much as we, the public, love to celebrity chase with a view to worshipping or whipping, they (the celebrities) do it right and where possible we should take a leaf out of their books. They buy the best possible information available in order to look the way we’d all like to look. Perfect, beautiful, able to walk the red carpet and face the hubbub created by what they choose or choose not to wear. But really, honestly, we’re looking at their bodies….
By Cool Guyz
They don’t go round the houses; they get straight to the point, which is where weight loss management companies come in. Take Hugh Jackman of X-man fame and even Daniel Craig of recent Bond beauty. They wouldn’t dream of taking their nutrition for granted when preparing for their roles. They have a target ‘look, and a date to achieve it by. This takes extremely hard work, commitment, yes money, but more to the point, very good nutrition.
There are a lot of keys – but this is the one to start with to unlock the look. Weight loss management – we say get the right help if you’re serious.