If one were to believe the ads found on TV there are a million ways to get in shape: whether it be gross tasting health drinks, expensive personal trainers or unusual sounding miracle drugs. Although a quick fix might seem like the easiest way to drop lbs and get in shape, they have dramatic consequences.
Journalist located in Toronto, Ontario
Takara Small is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and Contributing Editor at Fortune Magazine. <br> <br> She previously hosted a monthly live Google hangout session in conjunction with StartUp Canada (a national non-profit dedicated to helping entrepreneurs thrive) and wrote about up-and-coming entrepreneurs and small businesses for her weekly column at Metro News Canada. <br> <br> Her previous work has appeared in the Toronto Star, AOL Canada, CBCnews.ca, Fashion Magazine and several other publications. <br> <br> In addition to her journalism work, she is also a public speaker with groups such as Historica Canada, StartUp Canada, a mentor with Ryerson University's Digital Media Zone and has volunteered with groups such as the Mozilla Foundation (a non-profit organization that promotes openness, innovation and participation on the Internet)
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