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Doc Oz, A Self Goal and Educated Girls

Dr. Oz takes on the small screen, Self Magazine helps you reach your goals, and educated girls aren’t always body-smart.

The Doctor Is Calling

Dr. OzFor those of you who have gotten to know and love Dr. Oz on Oprah, good news! Dr. Oz has his own show! Aptly titled, The Dr. Oz Show, this new series is all about what Dr. Oz does best—answering viewer questions and educating viewers about healthy living! He’s also partnered with some FBG fave experts for the new show, including, Project Runway’s Tim Gunn, former NFL player Eddie George and his wife Taj of Survivor, and The Biggest Loser’sBob Harper (whee!). We’ll definitely be watching.

We’re off to see the doctor, the wonderful doctor called Oz.

Reach Your Goals


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Credit: Nantaskart!

It’s easy daydreaming about completing a triathlon or wowing your old flame at that high school reunion, but achieving those goals is a whole different ball game. If you have a fitness goal of dropping 8 pounds, getting flat abs, completing a triathlon or need to get your sexy back for an upcoming big weekend, Self magazine has you covered. Its “Reach Your Goal” programs promise to help you reach those goals in just a month. A month! We already know how awesome S.M.A.R.T. goals can be for helping you stay motivated in your healthy eating and workoutpursuits, so what are you waiting for?

Reach for the stars!

Book Smart, Diet Obsessed

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Credit: nd.strupler

If your family has a long standing relationship with an institute of higher learning, you may be at a higher risk of suffering from an eating disorder. According to a recent study, girls whose parents or grandparents went to college are more likely to be hospitalized for anorexia. Additionally, the higher the grades a girl gets in school, the more likely she is to have an eating disorder. Bummer. Researchers hypothesize that these girls are more likely to be perfectionists about everythingincluding their bodies. See, this is why I’m running for Girls on the Run!

Imperfections are beautiful!


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