An update for tomorrow’s brand new episode of Top Chef. For the quickfire this week, the chef’s are woken up by Tom at 5am and brought to one of Chicago’s busiest breakfast joints and have to jump in as a line cook. Who will have a job offer at the end and who will be fired?
Gold medallist Kelly Sotherton launches her free aerobic podcast
Olympic athlete Kelly Sotherton launches her free workout podcast to help women get in to shape
Oh no! Summer is almost upon us and that means only one thing; running down the gym and tying yourself to the treadmill in a desperate attempt to fit into ‘that bikini’. Forget about cakes and crisps. Its time to cut back to cut the flab.
But before you re-mortgage the house to get a personal trainer don’t panic! Grab yourself an Olympic Athlete instead. Seriously, what better way to train then with the crème de la crème, although with a personal 200m best of 23.40 seconds let’s hope you can keep up with this one.
Olympic champion Kelly Sotherton is launching a campaign to get women healthy and has created a 35 minute work out podcast to help give women that bikini body. After returning from the 2004 Olympics in Athens with a bronze she has added a further 3 silvers and a gold to her medal collection. She is now here to help you get fit in time for summer.
To download her exclusive bikini podcast click here www.splenda.co.uk/bikinibeat
Joely Richardson speaks about her emotional trip to Malawi
The Hollywood star helps launch ‘Be Water Wise’ campaign to end 4000 child’s deaths each day
Hollywood beauty Joely Richardson, who starred in hit series Nip/tuck and Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, has returned from Malawi where she went on an emotional trip to raise awareness of the one billion people in developing countries who do not have access to safe drinking water.
With no running water, these families have no choice but to drink from contaminated rivers and streams which leads to more than 4,000 children dying unnecessarily every day. As a result Joely is calling on the British public to support the ‘Be Water Wise’ campaign, which aims to donate a total of 80 million litres of safe drinking water to children in developing nations.
The programme has already provided 1 billion litres of clean drinking water for children and their families in need around the world. Working in partnership with Children’s Safe Drinking Water Programme and Five and Alive, Ariel has pledged to donate 10 litres of safe drinking water per special pack purchased in the UK – equivalent to a week’s supply of drinking water for a small child in the developing world. The initiative will enable the public to help get safe drinking water to families in countries that need it most.
With your help, the partnership can continue to expand these efforts and provide immediate relief to families in crisis in countries including Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Ethiopia. Clean water will be supplied to the countries using PUR™ Purifier of Water technology – sachets of a powder that cleans and purifies litres of water to World Health Organisation standards for safe drinking water, importantly reducing diarrhoeal illness.
For further information visit www.ariel.co.uk/water