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kharizma05

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Posted: 09 Aug 2012, 13:53
The Food Network’s new show Fat Chef couldn’t be a better example of how you can bake your cake and eat it, too—without getting diabetes. (Search: What are the causes of diabetes?) The six-episode docu-series, which premieres Thursday at 10 p.m., will follow 12 culinary professionals from all over the country who are overweight and looking to cut their body weight by 25 percent within 16 weeks without sacrificing their careers in the process.
jenkie5

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Posted: 09 Aug 2012, 20:56
Thanks for sharing the info! I'm looking forward to watching this.
I'm not on a diet... I'm just learning to make smarter choices



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