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Look away Lord Sugar: Apprentice winner Sian Gabbidon busts from dress in red carpet tease

Look away Lord Sugar: Apprentice winner Sian Gabbidon busts from dress in red carpet tease

Entertainment
Joining Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson and James McAvoy on the white carpet at the Curzon cinema in Mayfair, the Apprentice winner dazzled as she strutted her stuff for the cameras.Keen to impress, Lord Sugar's rising star slipped into a skin-tight red number.Letting her curves speak for themselves the businesswomen beamed away as she turned her sex appeal up to 100.Featuring a plunging neckline Sian's gown allowed her to put her killer chest on show. Related Articles Pushing up her chest, the starlet squeezed her assets together to create a larger-than-life cleavage.In fact, Sian's look was so risqué that it looked like she could spill from the garment at any moment.Taking to Instagram to show off her red hot look, the brunette beauty shared a string of cheeky selfies along with...
9 Ways to Quit Sugar for Good

9 Ways to Quit Sugar for Good

Health
Sugar has 16 calories per teaspoon. That doesn't seem like much, but it can pack on hundreds of calories without offering any nutritional value, says Avena. Extra calories raise your risk of obesity, which in turn sets you up for diabetes.A 2013 study found that for every 150 calories of added sugar consumed in a population—the equivalent of one can of soda—diabetes prevalence in the population went up 1.1%. Then there's the research tying sugar to heart disease. A 2014 study from JAMA: Internal Medicine found that the more added sugar a person took in, the higher their odds of dying of heart disease.Don't forget about the way sugar plays with blood glucose levels, sending them surging, then crashing—leaving you fatigued, brain fogged,...
Tax junk food high in sugar and salt, says top doctor

Tax junk food high in sugar and salt, says top doctor

Health
England's top doctor has accused the food industry of "failing the public" and is calling for taxes on unhealthy food high in sugar and salt.Chief medical officer Prof Dame Sally Davies said her dream was to make fruit and vegetables cheaper for everyone from the proceeds.In her annual report, she also urged the government to ban added sugar in jars of baby food.The food industry said taxes would not change consumer behaviour.Dame Sally Davies' report details plans to create a more healthy nation by 2040, with the focus on improving the environment we live in to make it easier for people to be healthier.This means tackling the preventable causes of 50% of chronic diseases and 40% of cancers - namely, unhealthy diet, smoking, physical inactivity, drinking ...
Toddlers consuming too much added sugar, study finds

Toddlers consuming too much added sugar, study finds

Health
Toddlers in America are eating too much added sugar, and the problem only gets worse as they get older, a new study conducted by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control found. Extra sugar consumption has been linked to high levels of obesity, cavities, asthma, and risk factors for heart disease later in life. It's also been associated with higher cholesterol levels and elevated blood pressure. Added sugar is especially bad for children, as it sets diet preferences that could lead them to make poor nutritional choices later in life. The American Heart Association already recommends that children under the age of 2 avoid food with added sugars, including ready-to-eat cereals, baked goods, desserts, sugary drinks, yogurt, and candy. But researchers at the CDC found that some parents...