Miley Cyrus diet and weight loss are the latest in question in Hollywood.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
Miley Cyrus' diet and significant weight loss has quickly become the latest Hollywood story. 19- year old, newly engaged Miley Cyrus is the latest celebrity under the public microscope because of her recent weight loss in 2012. Has she become the latest victim of the pressures of Hollywood, or has she just identified a food allergy that lead to the elimination of a food group- thus leading to the weight loss?
It was only a year ago that internet blogs were accusing the actress/singer of being a little chubbier than normal. The child star and singer has set the record straight by using twitter to inform followers that she has identified an allergy to lactose and gluten, and by eliminating foods from her diet containing those substances, she has lost quite a bit of weight.
This scenario is hardly a new one; it’s as old as film and music itself. Blame it on the fans, blame it on media, or blame it on the industry- regardless, starlets are a lot more susceptible to eating disorders, dangerous diets, and unhealthy habits to get the lbs. off. Who can really blame them though? The Miley Cyrus weight loss and diet scandal is on the heels of the Jessica Simpson weight gain uproar. Even at 9 months pregnant, the media tore Simpson apart for putting on the lbs. - a ‘scandal’ that lead to a multi-million dollar deal with Weight Watchers.
Many people are seeking more information about the Miley Cyrus’ weight loss, To answer the calls, the Health Avenger website has posted an article and video that goes deeper in depth about it. On the site, there are posts about both the Miley Cyrus gluten free diet weight loss, and the Jessica Simpson Weight Watchers deal as well. The article and video are located at http://healthavenger.com/miley-cyrus-weight-loss-wedding.
The Health Avenger also has information on how to lose weight safely, which diets to try and which to avoid, and how one can improve their overall health and wellbeing. For more, information visit http://healthavenger.com/.