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Jenna Dewan Tatum Eats Only Plant-Based Foods (which Includes French Fries!): What She Eats in a Day

Jenna Dewan Tatum Eats Only Plant-Based Foods (which Includes French Fries!): What She Eats in a Day

Health
This article originally appeared on People.com. Jenna Dewan Tatum sticks to eating foods that make her feel her best.“I consider eating healthy a way of life because I feel better, plain and simple,” she tells PEOPLE. “I’m not a fan of dieting, which is why I choose to eat healthy most of the time. I keep it in balance, so I don’t have to crash diet. When I want to splurge I allow myself and don’t beat myself up — I just make a plan to eat extra healthy the next day or work out.”When she decides to splurge, Dewan Tatum goes for “salty, savory food,” including her favorite: “French fries!”RELATED: Here’s Why It Feels Like You Always Have Room for Dessert“I also choose to eat plant-based foods because not only is it healthy and yummy, but I feel ethically right,” says the Worl...
This Nutritionist Can't Eat Tree Nuts or Gluten—These Are the Snacks and Meals She Eats All the Time

This Nutritionist Can't Eat Tree Nuts or Gluten—These Are the Snacks and Meals She Eats All the Time

Health
When it comes to healthy foods and snacks, nuts always win top honors. The same goes for many products made with whole grains that contain gluten. But when folks with nut or gluten allergies or sensitivities get hungry, they can't just grab a pack of almonds or pour a bowl of wheat cereal. They have to constantly scan ingredients lists, especially since nuts and gluten hide in so many other items, like salad dressing and energy bars.But having a food allergy or sensitivity doesn't mean deprivation, says Lindsey Janeiro, RD, owner of the online nutrition consulting company Nutrition to Fit. The nutrients that make nuts so healthy, for example, can be found in plenty of other foods too. "Take chia seeds and flax seeds; just like walnuts, they...
When the revolution eats itself

When the revolution eats itself

Finance
WHEN a revolution happens, the consequences are not obvious straight away. The British referendum on EU membership in June 2016 was seen as a revolt of ordinary people against a globalised elite. The politicians who led the Leave campaign did not seem to expect to win. As wags remarked, they were like “the dog that caught the car”.This helps to explain the general chaos that has enveloped British policy since the result. The Leave campaign had contained two contradictions. The first was that Britain could have all the advantages of EU membership without the bother of actually belonging; the country could “have its cake and eat it” as Boris Johnson, Leave campaigner and now foreign secretary put it. The second was the split between the free market, Liberal brexiteers, who envisaged Britain ...
Mariah Carey eats Chinese takeaway off floor in London flat

Mariah Carey eats Chinese takeaway off floor in London flat

Entertainment
However, Westlife's Mark Feehily disagrees – and he's got the story to prove it.The Irish singer is making a comeback after asking to be Mimi's Special Guest on her epic Christmas tour in December.Now, the 37-year-old has given an insight into what being pals with the superstar is really like.Despite advice being never meet your idols, Mark insists that being friends with Mariah isn't a disappointment.INSTAGRAMMIMI: Mariah is known for being a diva - which Mark disagrees withMariah Carey in pictures Superstar Mariah Carey in her most stunning images ever. Film Magic Mariah Carey teases major flesh in risqué naked illusion PVC dress YOUTUBEAGAINST ALL ODDS: The pair met back in 1999He revealed that the last time he saw the blonde was at her gig in Wembley, an...
This Is What Health's Food Director Eats in a Day (Dark Chocolate Made the Cut!)

This Is What Health's Food Director Eats in a Day (Dark Chocolate Made the Cut!)

Health
Because of my work as Health's Food Director,people will sometimes ask if I either cook elaborate, multi-course meals every night, or if I never cook at home since it’s part of my job. The reality is actually neither of these—I’m a busy working mom, and I cook often for my family (my husband is an excellent cook and does a lot of it as well), but the meals we make are usually pretty quick and simple. Here's what I eat in a typical day.BreakfastEvery morning, the first thing I do is down a big glass of water and take my vitamins.Water just helps get me going. I drink a lot of water all day (I don’t count glasses or ounces, but I’m always sipping), and that glass first thing is a good jump-start. After that, I make a cup of Bulletproof coffee: in my Vitamix, I blend about 12 oz. coffee with ...