Weight Loss News In Review – Week of June 29

4th of july picnicEach week, DietsInReview.com will recap the hottest headlines in weight loss, diet and health news to keep you informed of news you can really use.

How to Avoid a Calorie Festival This Fourth of July

Meet our new dietitian Rebecca Scritchfield as she introduces some savvy tips for not only minding your diet this 4th of July weekend but still managing to let food play a small role in these memorable events. She reminds “it’s not about the food – it’s about the people you’re with.”

Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Yields Frightening Nutrition Facts

No matter how much you overeat this weekend, it can’t be anywhere near as bad as what the contestants at the annual hot dog eating contest will ingest. Take a look at the nutrition facts for 66 hot dogs and buns if you need any kind of reassurance that seconds at the picnic aren’t a good idea!

Dance Your Ass Off Premiere Recap

Each Monday night this summer you can tune in to Oxygen to watch 12 men and women shake, rattle and roll off the weight. Check-out this Biggest Loser meets Dancing With the Stars hybrid.

Ruby Season 2 Premieres on Style Network July 5

Wind down your holiday weekend with America’s newest sweetheart – Ruby Gettinger. Down 150 pounds since her first season, Ruby’s back to take on even more weight loss and several new life experiences.

Five Reasons Women Should Lift Weights

As one mom to another, Carmen debunks some common myths that keep women from lifting weights. Find out why this can be a beneficial addition to your fitness plan.

food incMike Morelli Answers Your Diet and Fitness Questions

Mike’s first order of business at DietsInReview.com is to answer your questions. Hear straight from Mike tips and advice for weight loss, and how his brother Max is doing!

Food Inc. is Hungry for Change

If Super Size Me wasn’t enough to scare you into eating smarter, then this new documentary is sure to do the trick. Food Inc. unveils the dark and dirty underbelly of our food industry. As the movie’s byline suggests, “you’ll never look at dinner the same way.”

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