Robbie Williams – Robbie Williams Shamed Into Dieting By Elvis Insult

Is Dieting Worth the Trouble?

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The former Take That star has battled a fluctuating waistline since he was a teenager, and earlier this year (13), he began to pile on the pounds again. An unkind article in the Daily Mail newspaper cruelly compared the star to Elvis Presley when his weight ballooned in the 1970s, but Williams is grateful for the insult as it forced him to cut back on the calories. He tells the newspaper’s Weekend magazine, “An article in the Daily Mail said I was starting to look like Elvis during a performance in Sweden. It did spur me on to a dramatic weight loss.
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Let’s look closely at the definition of successful dieting. The Institute of Medicine considers a diet successful if people lose just 5 percent of their starting weight and maintain that weight loss for a year. A 200-pound woman, for example, would need to lose only 10 pounds and keep it off for a year to be considered a successful dieter, even though this amount of weight loss won’t make her thin, nor is it even likely to move her down a dress size. This standard is not only remarkably lax but has no medical rationale.
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‘Pregorexia’: Extreme dieting by moms-to-be

It is a term coined by the media, public and doctors in recent years to describe the eating disorder behaviors experienced by women while pregnant, which could include intense dieting and exercise, but also binging and purging. 30% of pregnant women in U.S. don’t gain enough While there are no known statistics on just how many pregnant women experience pregorexia, it is estimated that about 30% of American women don’t gain enough weight during pregnancy, according to Dr. Ovidio Bermudez, the chief medical officer at the Eating Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado. “I think you’ve got to be careful not to overdraw conclusions,” Bermudez said.
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Dieting? It’s about the portion size

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