The January issue of Redbook magazine features “The Biggest Loser” host Alison Sweeney looking gorgeous, healthy and giving an incredibly candid interview about dieting and body image in Hollywood.
She added, “I’m the first person to give myself an out. I’m a foodie. If I’m someplace where they’re famous for huevos rancheros, I’m ordering them.”
Walking is wonderful, easy, you can do it almost anywhere and it's great exercise. See why TV personality and "Walk with Walgreens" host Alison Sweeney is a big fan, too!
"Walking is easy and can be very rewarding," says TV personality and wellness expert Sweeney. "You can do it anywhere and the health benefits are extraordinary."
"Extra" Lifechangers teams up with "The Biggest Loser" host Alison Sweeney and "Walk with Walgreens" to help get America in better shape. Just 30 minutes of walking each day can reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Did you know 1,700 steps equal a mile? "We want to encourage people to walk half an hour every single day. You can walk with your kids, your friends, there's really no excuse not to fit it in. It's a half-hour and it can make a huge difference in your health," Sweeney tells "Extra."
"Extra's" Mario Lopez will be helping out at a carnival fundraiser April 5 in L.A., to support an upcoming TV show called "School Pride."
Produced by "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" Cheryl Hines, the show plans to renovate a middle school in L.A.'s Compton area. Other celebrities participating in the fundraiser include: "House of Payne's" Susie Castillo, comedienne Kym Whitley, AMC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff, "iCarly's" Jerry Trainor and "The Biggest Loser" host Alison Sweeney.
Call 310-896-4317 or visit schoolpridevolunteers.com to find out what you can do to contribute to the rebuilding of a school and empowerment of a community in need. All types of volunteers are needed.