Which celebs are making the shift to healthy eating?
The biggest changes are happening in Hollywood, according to a new report that finds that the Hollywood starlets who make the most money and influence the media are losing weight.
The report from the non-profit Weight Loss Network (WWN) found that a new generation of stars, including Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio, are also gaining weight.
WSJ’s Michael Lewis has more: The report’s findings contradict what celebrities have been saying about their weight.
“We’re seeing a lot of Hollywood celebrities, including actors and actresses, trying to lose weight,” said WNW executive director Mark Zobel.
“I think it’s a really healthy move.”
The report, based on data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the CDC, says celebrities are increasingly adopting healthier eating practices, including skipping junk food, reducing sugar intake, and making healthy choices.
In the study, celebs with the highest BMI were the heaviest in the industry.
They were followed by actors in the middle and bottom fifths, and those in the top and bottom 5% of BMI.
“The Hollywood stars are changing the way we eat,” Zobal said.
“It’s not just that they’re losing weight; they’re getting healthier too.”
Celebrities who are not in the film industry or on television are not included in the report.
Zobell said the celebrity trend is not driven by the health benefits, but by the media’s pressure on celebrities to lose the weight.
He noted that stars have been more willing to weigh in on weight loss in recent years, but that they don’t speak for everyone.
“If you look at the trends in terms of celebrities, they’re not all losing weight,” Zomel said.
The new trend is also reflected in a new study that found that obesity is increasing among women.
According to a survey of more than 10,000 adults conducted by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the percentage of women who are obese or overweight rose from 10% in 2009 to 19% in 2016.
That’s more than doubling the percentage from 2010 to 2015, when the study was first conducted.
Zomels research team also found that women who were obese were more likely to be older, to be married, and to have higher levels of education.
“What’s happening is the cultural pressures that we’ve been dealing with for the last 15 years are taking hold,” Zorn said.
In 2016, more than 8 million children under the age of 5 were overweight or obese, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Zorn noted that the trend in the U,S.
is a combination of changing demographics and increased spending on health care.
He also said that there are more young people living with obesity today than when the obesity epidemic first hit the U in the 1980s.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, which represents the nation’s pediatricians, also noted that obesity rates are increasing, particularly among young people.
Zodel said that the latest study found that celebrities are making a “huge” difference.
“They’re actually making the change that is needed to make these changes,” he said.
Hollywood stars also have made an impact in the entertainment industry, with the release of the new film Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which stars Jennifer Lawrence.
The film is set in the dystopian future where humans fight to reclaim the world.
The Hunger Games franchise is based on Suzanne Collins’ novels and the movie was filmed in the UK and France.
The films success has also made the news this summer, with James Franco, who starred in the original trilogy, joining forces with actress Angelina Jolie to star in the upcoming Hunger Games movie, which will be released on May 3.
The news also helped to push the Hollywood stars to adopt healthier eating habits.
Zombieland, the upcoming film about zombies, is set to be released later this year.