‘Rachael Ray Show’ Episode Guide (April 21): Metabolism-Boosting Diets for Different Body Types

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‘Rachael Ray Show’ Episode Guide (April 21): Metabolism-Boosting Diets for Different Body Types

On today’s all-new episode of the syndicated “Rachael Ray,” Dr. Ian Smith returns to the program to reveal the three body types that we all fall under and discusses the best foods that each body type should be eating in order to boost their metabolism.

Next, Gabrielle Reece of the new NBC alternative series “Strong” visits the show to tackle fitness questions from the live studio audience, including whether cardio or strength training is ideal for people who only have 30 minutes at the gym and the best workouts for losing belly fat.

Then, “The Kitchen” star Marcela Valladolid whips up easy breakfast and dessert recipes. And later, Rach hits the kitchen to make Spinach & Artichoke Burgers With Tarragon Special Sauce.

Anyone with a huge appetite for fun is invited to take a bigger bite out of life this year with the hottest daytime show on television, “Rachael Ray.” The Emmy Award winning daily, one-hour, syndicated show is among the top ranked daytime programs on television.

This season, Rachael continues to bring her warmth and no-fuss approach to life into the homes of millions of viewers with her signature quick meals, celebrity surprises, provocative topical discussions, cutting-edge musical performances, and groundbreaking features.

“Rachael Ray” is distributed and produced by CBS Television Distribution in association with Harpo Productions, Scripps Networks and Watch Entertainment. Janet Annino is Executive Producer. CTD is a unit of CBS Corp.

To watch the nationally syndicated “Rachael Ray,” be sure to check your local listings for the time period it airs in your market.


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