The Revolution February 6, 2012
The Revolution had some gross advice and home solutions today. It also introduced another woman going through a five-month journey of transformation. Read more by following the links below.
The Revolution: Poop On Cell Phones
Did you know there is probably poop on your cell phone?
It’s true, but there’s something you can do about it. Also, the FDA allows a certain amount of rodent hair and insect parts in some of your favorite foods. Also, why Dr. Jennifer said it’s OK to eat boogers but not to pick your nose.
The Revolution: Monica Potter Essential Oil Lice Remedy
Actress Monica Potter, of NBC’s Parenthood, talked about being a real life mom and how she uses essential oils with her family.
The Revolution: How To Get Crayon Off Walls
Ty Pennington & Monica Potter shared solutions for household problems like crayon or pencil marks on walls, how to remove bandages, and what to do about stinky shoes.
The Revolution: Cancer Survivor Jenny
This week, The Revolution will follow cancer survivor & single mom Jenny as she works toward her fitness and diet goals. Plus, Harley Pasternak shared an easy Elbow To Knee Exercise so easy Tim Gunn could do it in a suit.
The Revolution: How To Talk To Kids & Teens About Cancer
Jenny struggled to talk to her son about her cancer diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry explained why it’s important to have these difficult conversations with our children, and ways to approach them.
The Revolution: Plunging Neckline, Pencil Skirt & Sleeveless Top
Tim Gunn helped Jenny choose a goal outfit for the end of her Revolution. He also shared how you can show skin without being immodest.