Meet Lauren Schmitt, is a nutritionist and certified personal trainer, who owns her own company, Healthy Eating & Living, Inc. She has worked with individuals to achieve a healthier lifestyle and has also created numerous corporate wellness programs. In her business, she coaches people to lead a balanced and healthy lifestyle through eating right and exercising. She is currently the on-site nutritionist at Sony Pictures Entertainment and Dreamworks Animation. She has ongoing projects with the WB and is a part of many disordered outpatient teams in Los Angeles. Joonbug had the chance to chat with this health guru and got some helpful tips and advice to looking your best during this sweltering summer.
Today we’re going to touch upon a very sensitive subject, a hereditary condition that over 90% of women battle every time they look at their butts in the mirror. We’re talking about, the one, the only, cellulite, also known as cottage-cheese ass. (Don't worry, celebs get it too!) Listen, we understand the agony you face while undressing in front of those unforgivable full-view mirrors, but we’re here to shed some light on this divot and dent inducing skin condition.
“So what: I have a little cellulite. What curvy girl doesn't!? How many people do you think are photoshopped? It happens all the time!”
Truer words have never been spoken. It’s so sad that the media portrays any female over a certain weight as fat. Take Jessica Simpson for example. After staying out of the limelight for a while, she reappeared a few pounds heavier and was the topic of gossip columns everywhere. The most recent victim is none other than Kim Kardashian - star of the hit reality series ‘Keeping up With the Kardashians’. The star recently did a photoshoot with Complex Magazine where she was apparently sporting some not so pretty cellulite.