Glee Star Lea Michele: Vegetarian Lasagna Roll-up Recipe

Fox phenomenon Glee returned a couple of weeks ago, and fans could not be more excited to spend their Tuesday nights singing along with the musical cast. Actress Lea Michele plays perfectionist and self-proclaimed star vocalist Rachel Berry on Glee. In reality, Lea Michele has more than lived up to her Glee character Rachel’s dreams. Lea made her Broadway debut at age 8 and has continued to sing to sold-out crowds ever since.

To keep up with her busy Glee schedule, Lea Michele needs to eat healthy, balanced meals. A great way to eat healthily when you don’t have a lot of time is to cook one recipe that will provide several meals throughout the week. Lea Michele’s Vegetarian Lasagna Roll-up Recipe includes a variety of veggies, for vitamins and fiber, and cheese, for protein and calcium. To make the recipe a bit healthier, try substituting low-fat cheese or using less cheese and adding more vegetables. Bon appétit! Continue for the recipe

Kellan Lutz shirtless. Kellan Lutz got this body with this workout and diet.

Twilight: Eclipse is out on June 30, which means that Bella (Kristen Stewart), Edward (Robert Pattinson), Alice (Ashley Greene), Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard), Jacob (Taylor Lautner), and – of course – Emmett, played by Kellan Lutz, are back.

Kellan Lutz, who also happens to be the new Calvin Klein cover model, is fitter than ever for his role reprisal.  During his time off since Twilight: New Moon, Kellan spent a lot of time working outside of the gym by swimming and hiking. But when it came down to getting ready for Twilight: Eclipse, Kellan Lutz hit the gym hard with the workout routine (below) covered in Men’s Health.

In addition, he and the rest of the cast were put through a 6-week “fighting camp,” according to co-star Peter Facinelli. “That’s all we had to do for six weeks,” Facinelli said. “We did fight choreography mixed in with working with a personal trainer so that we’d have the stamina to be able to pull off the fight sequences.”

“They created these giant treadmills called ‘Death Sleds.’ And we would just run on them for hours at a time, at 10-minute intervals,” he said.

Workout Routine


Kellan Lutz begins every workout with at least five minutes of cardio and then he follows that with some core work.


Complete one set of each exercise. Rest 60-90 seconds. Then repeat. Do two more circuits (if you can).

Reverse Crunches [20 reps]

Lie face up on the floor with your palms facing down. Bend your hips and knees 90 degrees. Raise your hips off the floor and crunch them inward. Pause, and then slowly lower your legs until your heels neatly touch the floor.

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We continue our review of the Top 25 Summer Bodies list named by Men’s and Women’s Health magazines earlier this season with the women in the 16-20 spots.  We’ve previously posted about the women ranked 21-25 and the men at the back end of the list.

20) Megan Fox
It’s hard to believe there could be 19 celebs with better summer bodies than Transformer’s superstar Megan Fox.  Megan uses an ab circuit workout to tighten and tone her stomach.  She’s also used an apple cider vinegar cleanse to help boost her metabolism.

19) Ashlee Simpson-Wentz
Ashlee wasted no time getting her summer body back by hitting the gym 3 to 4 times per week and working with here trainer for 30 to 40 minute sessions.  She says the key to staying fit is maintaining a consistent routine.

18) Courteney Cox
The Cougar Town star has been working with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson for years.  Anderson has created 3,000 different dance and muscle-conditioning exercises, which she individually tailors for each client.  You can certainly see the benefits of the workouts as Courteney has maintained her figure well into her 40s.

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Top 5 Celebrity Diets: Five Squares used by Vanessa Williams

Every Friday this month we will feature one of the five latest and greatest celebrity diets. Celebrities use these diets to cleanse toxins, lose weight, and maintain their Hollywood bodies. Check in every week to learn more celebrity diets for spring!

This Week: Five Squares

Celebrity diets are often complicated, and difficult to maintain. This week we explain a different kind of diet. Five Squares is an easy and maintainable plan, sure to slim you down. Celebrity fans of the diet include Vanessa Williams and America Ferrera.

Five Squares is a diet consisting of five daily meals, free of dairy, wheat, and refined sugar. Total daily caloric intake is between 1,100 to 1,400 calories. Plans are available online at, starting at $43 per day. Although this plan is expensive, you are getting better quality food for your money. Five Squares meals are additive-free and diverse, preventing diet boredom. However, some people feel the small portions make it difficult not to snack. [click to continue…]

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Selena Gomez Shapes Up After Suffering from Malnutrition

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Selena Gomez improved her diet to includes eggs, veggies, and lean protein, after suffering from malnutrition.

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