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"So the message, to me, is just all wrong." So is the science.
I love letting the actors play around so I stay open to their suggestions and if anything takes us out of story or character then I’ll reign ‘em back in.
Stamos is all pro and serious when it comes to sticking to the story.
Losing weight rapidly can be risky, according to Virginia Tech professor of human nutrition, foods and exercise Janet Walberg Rankin.
Patients who lose weight quickly run the risk of gallstones, mineral deficiencies, loss of muscle tissue and reduced bone density.