The Revolution TV Recap: January 23, 2012
The Revolution kicked off its second week by profiling a new candidate for a five-month total makeover. The show introduced Sarah and her struggles. Also, the hosts offered a variety of suggestions and information about Muffin Tops, and how you can give your breakfast a healthy makeover.
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Revolution TV: Muffin Top Fashions & Toning Exercises
Tim Gunn shared ways you can dress to disguise your Muffin Top, so you don’t have to fear the bulge. Harley Pasternak had three simple exercises you can do at home to work your midsection and melt away your Muffin Top. Also, Dr. Jennifer Ashton shared the science behind Muffin Tops and why they could be dangerous to your health.
Sarah’s Revolution Intervention: Cereal Addiction
Sarah is undergoing a five-month transformation. She wants to have more energy at work as a parole officer and set a better example at home for her young daughter. But she struggles with an addition to cereal, often snacking on it in the middle of the night. Later, Tim Gunn helped Sarah pick a goal outfit and explained what she can wear while she is transitioning between sizes.
The Revolution Cereal Recipes: Muesli, Half & Half
You can enjoy breakfast cereal without the sugar and calories. Check out these great recipes to sweeten up your cereal with fruits, and cut the calories by making a few simple swaps. You can even get your kids to make healthier cereal choices, whether they like it or not.
Ty Pennington: Extreme Makeover Update & Points Of Light Charity Drive
Ty Pennington reconnects with a mom he met on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Now, she’s working to help others as a volunteer. And The Revolution wants viewers to get involved as they raise money for Points Of Light, a charity that helps connect volunteers with needy organizations in their areas.