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  1. Rosey C.
    Rosey C. says:

    Hi Jenifer: I was wondering if you could do a video with a basic overview of the diet you follow to stay in such great shape. I'm somewhat older, so I don't expect to look like you, but, I need to lose about 10-15 lbs. I know you stopped keto, and I can't do IF, due to low blood sugar. But just some guidance would be very much appreciated. I think lower carbs would work better for me..please give me some help with this! Thank you so much. Hugs. Rosemarie 💖

  2. jm Trimble
    jm Trimble says:

    I love your videos! Haven’t seen them all, but I love the recipes you come up with and glad your not doing Keto fully! I bet you have a video on a basic way you eat throughout the day! I also need to get all your shared meals in one place! I have tried shiratake noodles, but not the one you had! Will look for those

  3. Katy Broyles
    Katy Broyles says:

    If shirataki noodles give you explosive gastrointestinal side effects… Walmart sells canned noodles made from hearts of palm that are delicious, side effect free, and lower carb than regular noodles. The brand is called Palmini.

  4. Martin Platts
    Martin Platts says:

    There will always be an argument for a diet plan and the fashion models supporting it. Yet diet is seldom taken seriously by the pundits. Notably, men who promote high-paying fashion models rarely look beyond the godlike figures they possess to performance standards. Various food types spouted by these supermodels never hit the scale of importance that account for those of us with everyday lifestyle. I took a lot of personal flak for my critique of Sierra Skye of her Miami runway performances in 2021 and 2022. Many critics I have met regularly argue who cares what Sierra does? Look at her. Jenifer, I do. Footwork is uneven, too much sway at the hips, and the turn is often clumsy.

    Approximately 40% of models engage in disordered eating, although the experts believe this number is much higher. Japan has the highest prevalence rate, followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and South Korea. 62% of models polled by The Model Alliance reported having to lose weight or change their shape or size by their agency or someone else in the industry. However, if a model will not get work unless she loses enough weight to meet the exacting standards of her agency or the designer for whom she wants to work, she may all but stop eating.

    Genetics and biology. Descriptors suggest that disordered eating is significant but does not meet all the criteria for an official diagnosis. Women have a 1.75-3 times as high lifetime prevalence for anorexia, bulimia, or BED compared to men. Men are three times more likely than women to have subthreshold BED. It is unknown for the causes of eating disorders. The New Medical Journal has reported numerous articles on mental illnesses. Certain people may have genes that increase their risk of developing eating disorders.

    Marilyn Monroe, who became Hugh Heffner’s first and most famous Playboy model, had no eating disorders. In a 1952 article in Pageant magazine, titled “how I stay in shape,” the confident Marilyn was modest about her physical appearance. “Frankly, I’ve never considered my figure so exceptional. My biggest single concern used to be getting enough to eat.” Ms. Monroe on exercise. After getting out of bed and brushing her teeth, she did a bust-lifting routine with 2 5lb weights. About activities, she says, “I couldn’t stand exercise if I had to feel regimented about it… I spend at least ten minutes each morning working out with small weights. I have evolved my exercises for the muscles I wish to keep firm, and I know they are right for me because I can feel them putting the proper muscles into play as I exercise.”

    Emma McClendon, the museum’s associate curator of costume at The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, organized the exhibition “The Body: Fashion and Physique” about the history of the idealized body type in fashion. Examination of past articles shows In the 1890s, American artist Charles Dana Gibson drew images of tall, slim-waisted yet voluptuous women in illustrations for mainstream magazines, and these depictions of the new feminine ideal as the “Gibson Girl.”

    Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison wrote a paper in the Journal of Communication in 1997. “The highest reported prevalence of disordered eating occurred during the 1920s and 1980s, the two periods during which the ‘ideal woman’ was thinnest in US history.”

    In 1960, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the birth control pill. In 1963, women’s rights activist Betty Friedan published her book “The Feminine Mystique.” In 1966, the National Organization for Women in the US was formed. The 1980s and 1990s saw a return to obesity, not seen since the 1880s and the introduction of the Supermodel. At this conjuncture, food companies began to test the fashion model to specific diets and sell the type to the public.

    The birth of social media brought many problems to teens who are active online and stressed about how they look in posted photos. n 2007, the first episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” aired in the US. Ever since, the Kardashian sisters’ bodies have become a frequent focus of weekly celebrity magazines, ushering in new curvaceous body ideals.

    “Maybe psychopaths are just regular people who live on a low-carb, sugar-free diet.” unknown.

  5. MQS 1
    MQS 1 says:

    Thank you, thank you! Love finding guilt free alternatives. I usually go for cabbage noodles but this looks legit! Have a good morning and a fantastic day!

  6. Ceci Grey
    Ceci Grey says:

    That looks delicious! Will have to try it. I know I have asked before ,just curious have you ever had a period of life that you did struggle with weight? If so is that what started you on the Keto or diet journey to begin with ? Thanks love your top btw 😊


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