I haven’t set any nutty resolutions for 2017 – surviving the year is my primary goal – but I am looking for a health boost. I want more energy, and, sure, if that brings me closer, aesthetically, to Gisele Bündchen, I will accept it. So, I tested out five of the wackiest, most-buzzed-about celebrity diet tricks and trends for a day each to report back to you what is worth your time (and what will make you so gassy you’ll alienate yourself from everyone you’ve ever loved).
Women in their 40s should be picky about their haircuts with due regard to the face shapes – otherwise, they may miss a nice chance to balance facial features and to get the desired rejuvenating effect. "A lot of women get hung up on long hair making their face look slimmer but a lot of the time that's not the case," says Jen Atkin. Indeed, while round face shapes do strive for slimming, narrow faces will hardly benefit from it.
When it comes to heart-healthy grains, you’re likely well aware of the basics, like brown rice or quinoa, and their inherent benefits. But have you considered pearled barley? It’s steeped in fiber—about 10 grams to the 2.8 in quinoa—which, according to the Mayo Clinic, slashes your LDL cholesterol levels. (That’s the bad kind.) For more advice on your ticker, here are the 40 Ways to Prevent Heart Disease After 40.
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The key to this metabolism diet trick is to start slowly. First, add non-exercise movement to your day. Walk more often, take the stairs instead of the elevator, carry your groceries home from the store or add a few easy exercise sessions to your routine. Use an activity tracker to increase your daily step count and increase your total calories burned per day. 9 Simple Tips for Losing Weight After 50
The 36-year-old model's body is so incredible, she's logged camera time for Victoria's Secret and Sport's Illustrated Swim. And her tip for keeping her diet in check is kind of genius: She keeps her bod on display at all times. "Eating smart is all about having an awareness of your body," she explained to Women's Health in 2012. "The most obvious way to do that is by seeing it. So when you're trying to lose weight, spend more time wearing less. I don't think I could eat a plate of nachos naked—could you?"