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    SUMMER is around the corner which will undoubtedly tempt many towards a crash diet. But a nutritionist has warned exactly why you shouldn’t turn to a quick fix for weight loss. 1Trying to get inches off your waist in a short amount of time is a bad idea, an expert has warnedCredit: Alamy Experts often tell us that “diets don’t work”. Phoebe Liebling, a nutrition therapist and clinical director, says depriving yourself of foods you like, and then indulging on them once the diet is over, is both mentally and physically harmful. And she believes intense dieting is actually fuelling the UK’s problem with obesity, rather than fixing it. “The statistics say it all - in the UK 28 per cent of our population are currently obese, and a further 36 per cent are overweight,” she says.  Read more on diet and weight lossFAT LOT OF GOOD The five fat loss foundations to follow if you really want to lose weightDRINK UP I'm a PT and here’s how you can drink BEER and still lose weight Restricting calories and suddenly...
    Trying Kim Kardashian's crash diet to lose 16lbs in three weeks by cutting out sugar and carbohydrates could actually make you gain weight, dietitians warn. The reality star, 41, slashed her calorie intake and went for daily runs on a treadmill to fit into Marilyn Munroe's dress for the Met Gala this week. But Dr Deborah Salvatore, from Long Island University in New York, warned the plan could lead to regaining all the weight lost plus extra because someone will just revert to their old diet, rather than adopting a healthier one. Her colleague Dr Laura Feldman said rapid weight loss could also slow down the metabolism, making it harder to lose weight because the body is now burning less calories every day. Dietitians further added that people on the diet could be at risk of dehydration, and be left feeling irritable, light-headed or fatigued. Kim Kardashian slashed her calorie intake and went for daily runs so that she could fit into Marilyn Munroe's dress for the Met Gala (pictured). Dietitians have warned against the plan Health experts say the best...
    GWEN Shamblin Lara, leader of the Remnant Fellowship Church who died in 2021, lived a luxury lifestyle - despite her claims that her money went to helping others. Details of Shamblin Lara's lifestyle are being revealed in a new HBO docuseries. 3Gwen Shamblin Lara was an author and leader of the Remnant Fellowship ChurchCredit: Scott Sabo / Wikipedia CC 3She and her husband, Joe Lara, were killed in a plane crashCredit: Facebook 3An investigation into Shamblin Lara's will was conducted after her deathCredit: gwenshamblinlara/Instagram 'Not for God, it was for Gwen' Upon her death in May 2021, an investigation into Shamblin Lara's will involved an estate possibly worth millions. But it doesn't necessarily suggest Shamblin Lara did with her money as she said she did while she was alive. "It suggests to me — perhaps I'm cynical — it suggests to me that the accumulation was not for God, it was for Gwen," Nashville lawyer Gary Blackburn told News Channel 5 Nashville, who conducted the investigation. In 1998 Shamblin Lara told CNN host Larry King, “This money, half of it...
    FOOD lover Reece Prescod plans to DELIVEROO gold for Team GB – despite gorging on too many cakes and desserts. The 100m sprinter admits he got FAT before the June British trials after stuffing his face with takeaways and sweets from coffee outlets. 2Sprinter Reece Prescod says he 'got fat' - and so decided to do something about itCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The fourth fastest man in British athletics history has since gone on a crash diet, losing FOUR kilograms in weight over the past three weeks. But should he win an Olympic medal on August 1 – in the first final since Usain Bolt retired – then he will stuff his face in celebration. Prescod, 25, said: “I went to the British trials and wasn’t in the best shape. I was a bit overweight and a bit rusty. “I don’t know if it was American food or what – or if I love Deliveroo too much. “I was bloody like 87kg. My race weight is normally 79/80kg. “I don’t know if I spent too much time in the...
    (CNN)The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report into the May 29 plane crash that killed seven people, including Remnant Fellowship Church founder and Christian diet guru Gwen Shamblin Lara and her husband, "Tarzan: The Epic Adventures" actor William J. Lara.The plane crashed into Percy Priest Lake in Smyrna, Tennessee, after taking off from the airport bound for Florida's Palm Beach International Airport.The Cessna 501 departed the Smyrna Airport at 10:53 a.m., according to the NTSB preliminary report, and the pilot was in contact with Nashville departure control.Christian diet guru and Tarzan actor are among 7 presumed dead in plane crash near NashvilleAt 10:55 a.m., an air traffic controller instructed the pilot to climb and maintain at 15,000 feet but did not get a response, the report said. There were no further communications, despite multiple attempts from the controller, the report said. "A review of radar data revealed that after the pilot established contact with departure control the airplane made a series of heading changes along with several climbs and descents before it entered a steep, descending left turn,"...
    By Claudia Dominguez and Joe Sutton | CNN Seven people are presumed to have died in Saturday’s crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake, including Remnant Fellowship Church founder and Christian diet guru Gwen Shamblin Lara, officials said. The Cessna 501 was carrying seven people when it crashed into Percy Priest Lake in Smyrna, a community near Nashville, shortly after taking off from the Smyrna airport, officials said. On board were Lara; her husband, William J. Lara; her son-in-law, Brandon Hannah; and married couples Jennifer and David Martin, and Jessica and Jonathan Walters, a spokesperson for the Rutherford County government said in a news release. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause of the crash. In a statement sent to CNN, Remnant Fellowship Church paid tribute to those on board the plane. “The seven Remnant Fellowship leaders lost May 29, 2021 were some of the finest and most loving people that you would ever come across. During this horrible tragedy, our church would greatly appreciate prayers,” the church said. Gwen Shamblin Lara was the founder and...
    More On: plane crashes Human remains found at Tennessee plane crash site Victim of Tennessee plane crash starred in 1996 ‘Tarzan’ series Christian diet guru among seven presumed dead in Tennessee plane crash Airplane operated by military contractor crashes near Nevada base Christian diet guru Gwen Shamblin Lara, her husband and five other people may have been flying to a MAGA-themed event in Florida when their plane crashed, killing everyone on board, according to a report. Kimberly Fletcher, who was reportedly due to speak at a “We The People: Patriot’s Day” rally, said she was “heartbroken” about the tragedy. “I am in Florida…for an event I’m speaking at tomorrow,” Fletcher wrote on Facebook on Saturday, The Sun reported. “One of the sponsors was flying in on a private plane with some friends. The plane went down and…it looks there are no survivors,” she added. “Please pray for them, their families and the church members where they pastor.” It was unclear which of the victims may have been sponsoring the Sunshine State event. Lara, 66, last year donated at least...
    Joe Lara, the star of 1996s "Tarzan: The Epic Adventures," died Saturday when a small plane crashed into a Tennessee lake, according to local authorities and the Associated Press. He was 58. His wife, author and faith-based diet program founder Gwen Lara, was also involved in the crash, along with five others. The Associated Press reported that authorities at the scene indicated there were no survivors in the crash. "Our efforts have transitioned from a rescue effort to that of a recovery effort," Rutherford County Fire Rescue Capt. Joshua Sanders said during a news conference. "We are no longer... looking for live victims at this point." The small plane, a Cessna C501, crashed into Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, Tenn. after taking off at approximately 11 a.m. on Saturday, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement to the Associated Press. The plane was headed to Palm Beach International Airport in Florida. Born in San Diego, Calif. on Oct. 2, 1962, Lara is best known for playing the character of Tarzan in the CBS television movie "Tarzan in Manhattan" in...
    Investigators have recovered human remains and components of an aircraft that crashed in a Tennessee lake Saturday morning with seven people on board, including a Christian diet guru and local church founder.  Rutherford County Fire Rescue Capt. John Ingle said Sunday that recovery efforts were ongoing at Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna – about 25 miles southeast of Nashville – and that multiple agencies are assisting in the investigation.  Left, Gwen Shamblin Lara, and rescue officials at Percy Priest Lake.  (Facebook; Rutherford County Fire & Rescue) Ingle said efforts were focused on examining a half-mile-wide debris field in the lake. He said drones are continuing over the debris and that airspace traffic has been restricted at the crash site.  The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is leading the investigation, which officials said can take one to two years to complete.  Multiple agencies are assisting in the investigation.  (Rutherford County Fire & Rescue) County officials identified the victims late Saturday as Brandon Hannah, Gwen Shamblin Lara, her husband William J. Lara, David L. Martin, Jennifer J. Martin, Jessica Walters...
    (CNN)Seven people are presumed to have died in Saturday's crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake, including Remnant Fellowship Church founder and Christian diet guru Gwen Shamblin Lara, officials said.The Cessna 501 was carrying seven people when it crashed late Saturday morning into Percy Priest Lake in Smyrna, a community near Nashville, shortly after taking off from the Smyrna airport, officials have said.On board were Lara; her husband William J. Lara; her son-in-law Brandon Hannah; and married couples Jennifer and David Martin, and Jessica and Jonathan Walters, a spokesperson for the Rutherford County government said in a news release.Gwen Shamblin Lara, seen here in June 2004 in Brentwood, Tennessee.All seven aboard are presumed to have died, officials have said. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash's cause.Gwen Shamblin Lara was the founder and spiritual leader of Remnant Fellowship Church in Brentwood, south of Nashville.Read MoreA registered dietician, she created the Weigh Down Diet, which encouraged dieters to strengthen their faith in God to lose weight. In 1998, Lara told CNN's Larry King that she believed God...
    All seven people aboard a small plane that went down Saturday morning in Percy Priest Lake near Nashville, Tennessee, are presumed dead, according to reports. Occupants of the aircraft included Christian diet guru Gwen Shambin Lara as well as her husband Joe Lara and other members of the Remnant Fellowship of Brentwood, Tennessee, WKRN-TV of Nashville reported. The Cessna C501 aircraft crashed into the lake around 11 a.m., after departing from Smyrna Rutherford County Airport in Smyrna, FOX 17 of Nashville reported.  The flight was headed for Palm Beach International airport in Florida, according to the station. SOUTHWEST TRAVELER CAPTURES PHOTO OF CLIPPED AIRPLANE WING MOMENTS BEFORE TAKEOFF The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that seven people were aboard the plane and Rutherford County officials confirmed that at least one person had died. The identities of the occupants were not disclosed by authorities. But Lara’s daughter, Elizabeth Hannah, issued a text to members of the Remnant Fellowship, asking for prayers and saying the aircraft "had to go down for a controlled, quick landing," WTVF-TV of Nashville reported. Hannah identified those on...
    At least one person was reported dead after a small plane went down Saturday morning in Percy Priest Lake near Nashville, Tennessee, according to reports. Occupants of the aircraft included Christian diet guru Gwen Shambin Lara as well as her husband Joe Lara and other members of the Remnant Fellowship of Brentwood, Tennessee, WTVF-TV of Nashville reported. The Cessna C501 aircraft crashed into the lake around 11 a.m., after departing from Smyrna Rutherford County Airport in Smyrna, FOX 17 of Nashville reported.  The flight was headed for Palm Beach International airport in Florida, according to the station. SOUTHWEST TRAVELER CAPTURES PHOTO OF CLIPPED AIRPLANE WING MOMENTS BEFORE TAKEOFF The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that seven people were aboard the plane and Rutherford County officials confirmed that at least one person had died. The identities of the occupants were not disclosed by authorities. But Lara’s daughter, Elizabeth Hannah, issued a text to members of the Remnant Fellowship, asking for prayers and saying the aircraft "had to go down for a controlled, quick landing," WTVF reported. Hannah identified those on the plane...
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