With all the talk around former Spice Girl and her Jenny Craig weight loss deal, OK Magazine has come out with a front page which apparently shows her ‘dramatic’ weight loss. But the image, of a trim and toned Mel B, was taken three years ago, well before she fell pregnant. Why? Because the rights to the ‘big reveal’ belong to Womans Day. The photo shoot for that spread is apparently yet to happen because Mel B hasn’t yet reached her goal weight.
Men’s Health Magazine has voted Jen the world’s sexiest woman … beating Angelina Jolie who came in tenth place. But a competition ranking sexy celebs seems a bit ordinary until you see the reasons the magazine gave for Jen’s win. “Funny is sexy, and Jennifer Aniston is funny,” the publication stated. “Her down-to-earth persona makes her seem attainable and anyone who’s seen her in ‘Office Space’ has to admit she makes even pieces of flair look good. She rarely plays the airhead, and she seldom overplays a role; she’s funny in a quiet, refreshingly human way.” Funny is sexy? Damned right it is.
The new Australian Dietary Guidelines have been released in a bid to combat obesity which affects about 21 per cent of Australians. Around 25 per cent of kids are overweight or obese. The guidelines have been updated by the National Health and Medical Research Council and include tips like eating less red meat for men, but more if you’re a pregnant or young woman. The guidelines say if Australians ate just one more piece of fruit a day the cost-saving to the health system would be $55 million. There’s a catch, of course. Healthy foods are more expensive and Australians on lower incomes tend to eat nutrient poor foods that were higher in energy. Obesity costs $8 billion annually in health costs, according to recent estimates.