Ron Ng’s Fans Seek Revenge By Exposing Viann Zhang’s Vulgar Photos

Ron Ng’s Fans Seek Revenge By Exposing Viann Zhang’s Vulgar Photos: Since her debut, 35F mainland actress, Viann Zhang has generated numerous rumors, including allegations of plastic surgery and working as an escort. Photos in which Viann’s breast was grabbed by other men also circulated widely online.

Recently, Ron Ng’s fans unearthed old photos of Viann in which she stuck out her middle finger, chain smoked, and posed intimately with several men. Ron’s fans opposed their idol dating Viann Zhang; by digging up Viann’s scandalous photos from her past, Ron’s fans attained their great revenge. Fans hoped that Ron would recognize Viann’s true colors.

After dating Ron Ng, Viann Zhang rose from an obscure personality to increased recognition. At the same time, Ron’s fans were highly displeased with Viann, who they considered to be using Ron to promote herself.  Last month, when Viann posted a bed photo of herself on Ron’s Weibo blog, his fans scolded her vehemently. Unfortunately, the Weibo incident did not result in Ron giving up on Viann. Instead, Ron openly admitted that Viann was his girlfriend. Ron’s fans united to reveal the true face of Viann Zhang, hoping to seek their revenge. Continue Reading…

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Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart

Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart:  Those of you who think of Miss Teen USA South Carolina’s famous gaffe when the image of a ‘beauty queen’ comes up, it’s time for a paradigm shift.

Smarties are in once more, ‘cos high IQ in a pretty girl just makes a great lass even better.

Gorgeous, witty and smart, 19-year-old NUS Law student Wong Su Ann epitomizes the phrase ‘life just ain’t fair’.

If you’re curious about this year’s NUS Law Queen, sit tight as we suss out her beauty regime behind that porcelain complexion.  Continue Reading…

Gary Carter Has New Brain Tumors His Daughter Says

Gary Carter Has New Brain Tumors His Daughter Says: Baseball Hall of Famer Gary Carter has new tumors on his brain, his daughter announced Thursday on her website.

“I write these words with tears because I am so sad for my dad,” Kimmy Carter Bloemers posted.

Carter was diagnosed with a brain tumor last year and has been undergoing treatment. He had an MRI exam last week that revealed more tumors, Bloemers wrote.

In her latest update on her blog, she recounted a difficult week for her father, including Carter tearing his rotator cuff after falling in the hallway of the doctor’s office, and having surgery on an open gum wound. Continue Reading….

TV Chef Paula Deen Discloses Diabetes Diagnosis

TV Chef Paula Deen Discloses Diabetes Diagnosis: Paula Deen, the Southern belle of butter and heavy cream, is making no apologies for waiting three years to disclose she has diabetes while continuing to dish up deep-fried cheesecake and other high-calorie, high-fat recipes on TV.

She said she isn’t changing the comfort cooking that made her a star, though it isn’t clear how much of it she’ll continue to eat while she promotes health-conscious recipes along with a diabetes drug she’s endorsing for a Danish company. Continue Reading…

Siliana Gaspard – a Bikini Competitor: an Interview

Siliana Gaspard is a top bikini national competitor. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, she currently resides in Houston, TX, US. She is a mother to an eighteen months old boy.
She has lately won the following competitions:
– 2011 NPC Texas State Championships Rank 1st
– 2011 IFBB North American Championships Rank 3rd
– 2011 NPC Europa Super Show, Dallas Rank 1st
– 2011 NPC Branch Warren Classic Rank 2nd
Siliana was recently interviewed by Women Fitness. Here are experts from her interview for benefits of our readers.
About her well-toned figure and related achievements, this is what Siliana had to say, “It’s just a lot of hard work and commitment, in the gym and for your diet. After the birth of my son, I wanted to challenge myself.” On her lifestyle routine in terms of diet & exercise she goes to add “Luckily I am self-employed, so the stress of work depends on me. I do some modelling too, but people are always nice in that industry. I follow a more Mediterranean diet because of my culture, and it works to keep me healthy.”
She comments on how to balance between work and family “Most women have kids or full time jobs. The key is scheduling. Find a time that works for you, either in the morning or afternoon, evening, and just stick with it no matter what. Don’t make excuses” She further adds “I try to stay away from synthetic products.”
She says on her journey as a fitness model/ bikini competitor “I actually just started training to be a bikini competitor since May/June. I played tennis the majority of my life. My role model has always been my mother because she is the strongest woman I know.”
When asked why she loves Womenfitness.net, She enthusiastically said “Wow! Because it is just for women!”
Women Fitness Team thanks her for the valuable time she gave for the interview.

Good Bacteria Significant in Weight Management

Good Bacteria Significant in Weight Management: In recent decades the traditional three meals at home pattern has been replaced by snacking, junk foods and takeaways, contributing towards weight gain. This has been compounded by a decline in physical activity with expanding car ownership and new forms of home-based entertainment.
What has been further ignored is the importance of thorough mastication and regular bowel movements. Constipation, exemplified by a bloated abdomen, has been closely linked with obesity and could be avoided by means of regular habits, abdominal exercises and a high fibre diet.
When food is not chewed to a creamy consistency, it is left undigested and most of it inevitably turns into toxic waste. When food is eaten without chewing, toxins are consumed instead of nutrients. For optimal health we need to have 80-85% of “good” bacteria in our intestines.
Friendly bacteria manufacture many essential nutrients for our body, including vitamin K, B-vitamins, numerous helpful enzymes and other vital substances. Such “good” or Aerobic bacteria thrive in the presence of oxygen and require it for their continued growth and existence. In absence of enough oxygen in the cells of our body, “bad” bacteria take over and begin to thrive, causing an extreme amount of infections and disease. The pathogenic bacteria are anaerobic, and cannot tolerate gaseous oxygen. Taking care of our intestinal flora is vitally important! “Good” bacteria could be easily destroyed with countless factors, such as antibiotics, poor diet, overeating, stress, etc.
It has been researched that in the intestines of the healthiest individuals the ratio of “good” to “bad” bacteria is usually maintained at 85:15. It is interesting that healthy natural soil has the same ratio of bacteria as healthy human intestines. Having 15% of “bad” bacteria is essential to maintaining a strong immunity. According to multiple studies, in reality most people have a reversed version of this ratio. They usually have approximately 90% “bad” bacteria and only 10% “good” bacteria living in their bowels.
Bad bacteria and many other harmful microorganisms thrive in an acidic bodily environment (produced by sugar, wheat, meat), so consume a diet consisting largely of alkaline-producing foods (fresh fruits and vegetables, sprouted grains and nuts).
Lifestyle factors to promote development of “Good Bacteria ”
– Daily intake of a specific form of lactic acid bacteria could help prevent obesity and reduce low-level inflammation. Cultured foods like raw milk yogurt and kefir, some cheeses, and sauerkraut are good sources of natural, healthy bacteria, provided they are not pasteurized.
– Eat whole grains, beans, nuts and other seeds, fruits and vegetables. Portions of these foods cannot be absorbed in your upper intestinal tract, so they pass to your colon and provide the medium for a flourishing colony of good bacteria to grow there.
– Follow a low-fat diet. Too much fat can disrupt the good flora in your body. Fats should account for only 30 percent of your daily diet, ideally derived from monounsaturated fats and healthy oils such as olive and canola.
– Avoid consuming sugar, including fructose, and processed foods (which virtually all contain added sugar and fructose). The sugars serve as fuel for the growth of pathogenic anaerobic bacteria, fungi and yeast, and competitively inhibit your good bacteria, tending to crowd them out of their appropriate niche. These pathogenic bacteria, fungi and yeast then produce metabolic waste products that will cause your health to deteriorate.
– Pickle of a variety of fruits and vegetables using old-fashioned methods is another way to add beneficial bacteria into your diet.
– See your gynecologist regularly for pelvic exams. Many women with bacterial vaginosis, which occurs when harmful bacteria is uncontrolled by good bacteria, are asymptomatic, making detection and treatment important.
– Avoid douching, says WomensHealth.gov. This disrupts the normal bacteria that prevent the bad bacteria from multiplying and is not necessary. Wash the vaginal area every day with mild soap, avoid tight pants and wear cotton underwear to create an environment that does not promote the growth of bad bacteria.
– Limit your intake of antibiotics. Antibiotics kill good bacteria along with the bad, including the bacteria in your colon. Killing the good bacteria can allow harmful bacteria to grow, such as C. difficile, which can cause irritation and infection of the colon. Only take antibiotics as prescribed by your physician, and do not take antibiotics that belong to someone else.
– Just like a healthy diet, exercise can contribute to general good health and therefore to a healthy immune system. It may contribute even more directly by promoting good circulation, which allows the cells and substances of the immune system to move through the body freely and do their job efficiently.
The above lifestyle and dietary changes can help restore good bacteria in your colon and prevent un-wanted weight gain.