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Elisabeth Hasselbeck

07 May 2008 - 09:32 AM


Just six months after the birth of her second child, The View's Elisabeth Hasselbeck is ready to show off her bikini body.

"Body image has nothing to do with scale numbers, it's how you feel inside," Hasselbeck, who turns 31 this month, told Fitness magazine. "This is the first time I've felt free from that, because I am working out in a way where I feel so strong that there's no room for those doubts."

She adds: "I finally told myself ... 'I've got some curves, I've got a bubble butt, but I don't mind, because it's what powers me forward when I run.' "

To prepare for her cover of the magazine's June issue, Hasselbeck did run – she worked out for six weeks, including daily dashes and weight training. And to get that flat belly back, she did ab work two times a week.

According to Fitness Editor-in-Chief Denise Brodey, "Elisabeth said, 'I feel like I'm an athlete again.'"

Her goal wasn't to lose weight she says, she just wanted to eat healthier and have more energy. So the magazine had a nutritionist design a wheat free (Hasselbeck has celiac disease), energy-packed plan featuring lean protein and vegetables, along with nutrition bars and nuts for snacks.

Uno's Update!

23 April 2008 - 09:28 AM

:) http://www.boston.co...rain_new_world/

For All You Sensitive Teeth People

15 April 2008 - 05:28 AM

My dentist recommended Sensodyne because I have very sensitive teeth, and I knew a while back that someone had posted that sensodyne was not gluten-free, however there is one they have now that is! See email below! :D

Thank you for contacting us regarding Sensodyne® toothpaste.

Sensodyne® Pronamel™ is gluten-free. Although we do not add gluten to any of our other variants of Sensodyne®, our raw materials suppliers could not guarantee that they are gluten-free. Therefore, other variants of Sensodyne® may contain trace amounts of gluten.

We appreciate your taking the time to contact us.


GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare

Case # 2862984

Gardners Syndrome

03 April 2008 - 12:08 PM

this isnt celiac related, but I was curious if anyone knows anything about it? I have googled it and read about some stuff, but just wondering if someone out there knows anything personally about it?

Stomach Cancer

03 April 2008 - 06:23 AM

Hi all, just curious about this one. I was talking with my mom last night about my grandmother (her mom) who passed away in her early 60s. She said she had internal bleeding and when they were going to do surgery they found really bad case of stomach cancer and couldnt do much. My mom also said she remembers even back in the day that my grandma had digestion problems....
Im wondering now if it was caused by celiac disease?? My mom and I both have celiac disease and were dx about 5&3 years ago respectively.
Would undx celiac disease cause stomach cancer??

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