MORE PROOF OF BFB SYNDROME!: Saying “I do” or even living with a man may cause a larger waistline, according to a 10-year study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. WNBC’s Roseanne Colletti reports.
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i haven’t bought your book yet, but i am wondering if you cover the effects of hormonal birth control. when i went off and opted for an alternative form of BC…the weight dropped very easy.
now it’s up to me to not join in the desert portion of our evenings. meaning eating 10 cookies on the couch while watching nurse jackie, dexter or whatever other show is presently occupying my attention after 9:00 PM. oy!
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WARNING: YOUR BOYFRIEND IS MAKING YOU FAT!
Gaining weight is every woman's worst nightmare — and her boyfriend may be to blame! Studies show that when a woman is in a relationship, she almost always gains weight. And your BFB doesn't have to be fat to make you gain extra lbs! In Your Big Fat Boyfriend, fitness expert Jenna Bergen explores why this phenomenon happens and how a woman can combat it without alienating her sweetie.
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