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Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine Collaborates With FortiFX To Unveil Signature Line Of World’s Only Six-Layer Baked Protein Bars Called FIT CRUNCH™
(AP Photo) SACRAMENTO, Calif. Paparazzi and others who harass the children of public figures will face tougher penalties under legislation that California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Tuesday. The bill from state Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, will boost penalties for actions that include taking photos and video of a child without parental consent and in a harassing manner. Celebrities such as actresses Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner urged lawmakers to support SB606. Berry testified before several legislative committees that her daughter has been intimidated by photographers who follow them daily. She said the photographers often shout while they snap pictures. “On behalf of my children, it is my hope that this is the beginning of the end for those overly aggressive paparazzi whose outrageous conduct has caused so much trauma and emotional distress,” Berry said in a statement released by her publicist. The measure also will help protect children of police officers and judges, and other kids who might be susceptible to harassment or unwanted attention due to their parents’ occupations, de Leon said. Berry, who won an Academy Award for her role in “Monster’s Ball,” said she plans to work with other professionals whose children are affected by the statute to ensure local law enforcement officials will vigorously enforce the new provisions. Under the legislation, which takes effect in January, violators could face up to a year in county jail and a fine of up to $10,000. Fines would increase for subsequent convictions.
Yeah, killing people while watching porn. No, no, lets see one of my guilty pleasures, and Ive said this a bunch of times which is insane that I even put this out there, is ‘Americas Next Top Model.’ I dont know whats wrong with me, but I love it.” Camila Alves “Chips and salsa and guacamole.” Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino “My guilty pleasure … Miley Cyrus.” Alyssa Milano “I dont really feel guilty about this, but I do need to have some dark chocolate every night before I go to sleep.” Julie Bowen “My guilty pleasure is probably a combination that involves my couch, it involves maybe ‘Project Runway’ and Nilla Wafers, and thats that. Im not that out there and on the edge, but generally my life is kind of in fast forward and it requires so much energy that my guiltiest pleasure is when Im lying still, watching something that requires very little thought and eating sugar.” Taylor Schilling “My guilty pleasure is I like to watch a lot of HGTV. I really like watching design shows about houses, like extreme homes.” Jennifer Love Hewitt “The wonderful thing about doing red carpets when youre pregnant is instead of sucking on a piece of ice and drinking chicken broth before you walk out there, you actually have to eat a full meal because otherwise you get really dizzy and not nice, so Ive been able to eat before the red carpets. Yes, awesome!” Tim McGraw “Cheeseburgers. I like everything on them.” Nick Jonas “I dont know if I have a guilty pleasure. Im sort of pretty wide open when it comes to why I like certain things. I love the show ‘Nashville,’ I mean thats a show thats pretty incredible. I dont know if its a guilty pleasure, but I think its great.” Kelly Bensimon “I dont really have a guilty pleasure my life is a guilty pleasure.” Joey Lawrence “Pizza and chocolate chip cookies.” Jewel “Kung-Fu movies.” Rob Lowe “First of all I have a philosophy on guilty pleasures. I really dont believe in them. I think the phrase ‘guilty pleasure’ has done more to lower the bar of entertainment than anything that I can imagine. I think if its guilty, then theres a good reason youre feeling guilty. And it probably means you shouldnt watch it.
Celebrity Guilty Pleasures That Prove Stars Are Just Like Us
Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Nicole Kidman arrived in style to the Calvin Klein Fashion Show, part of New York Fashion Week in New York City on Sept. 12. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Olivia Munn grabbed some iced tea while walking though the East Village in New York City on Sept. 11. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Reese Witherspoon was spotted chit-chatting on her phone, which was covered in a custom Minnie & Emma’s iPhone case, in Century City, Calif., on Sept. 11. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian made a stop at an office building while filming “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sept. 11. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Katie Holmes posed backstage at the Michael Kors fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014 at The Theatre at Lincoln Center on Sept. 11. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 A reportedly pregnant Gwen Stefani dropped off her son Zuma at school in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sept.
To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62750-pervine-foods-robert-irvine-fortifx-baked-protein-bars-fit-crunch “I have always had a passion for fitness,” said Robert Irvine. “With such a busy schedule and being on the road for the majority of the year, I have found that protein bars can provide the necessary nutrients for energy, focus and building muscle but they often require compromising on taste and texture. With FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars, I finally have a bar that I want to eat, and what’s more, they are ready-to-eat for anyone, whether you are busy and active in your everyday life or are fitness-focused and looking to build muscle.” Available in two flavors, Cookies & Cream and Peanut Butter, FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars are the only six-layer baked bars in the world. They deliver 30 grams of the highest quality protein blend, including whey, and other simple ingredients including whey isolate, high protein chocolate and peanut butter making them a nutritional source of elements the body can really use. Notably low in sugar without compromising taste and texture, each bar has a candy bar crunch with a soft cookie center. FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars are an ideal meal replacement option for athletes as well as the everyday person in need of quick, on-the-go nutrition. Chef Irvine teamed up with founder of the nutritional products brand FortiFX, Sean Perich, to develop FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars as a solution to making healthy, high-protein food taste delicious. Perich created the first ever baked protein bar using a soft-batch cookie recipe 13 years ago, and now bakes and produces more than 50 million bars each year using this proprietary baking process. “To me, these bars taste as good as anything I’ve ever made, and I hope they will encourage everyone who tries them to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle,” said Irvine. To try FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars and find out what it means to finally have a craving you can call healthy, visit fitcrunchbars.com . About FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars were developed by world-renowned Celebrity Chef and Food Network host Robert Irvine alongside Sean Perich, the founder of the nutritional products brand FortiFX, on the grounds of no compromise in taste, texture and nutrition. The only six-layer baked protein bars on the planet, each bar is baked from scratch and contains 30 grams of the highest quality protein blend, including whey, and is low in sugar and easy to digest.