It’s official. Kirstie Alley has her own weight loss program called Organic Liaison.
For a number of years she represented Jenny Craig – but this relationship ended – possibly for not sticking with the program.
She promised she would come back with her own program, and here it is.
What’s Organic Liaison About
From what I can gather the program includes:
“online weight loss tools customized to fit YOUR needs. Whether it’s planning meals, counting calories, discovering new recipes, locating places to shop for organic groceries or interacting with the Organic Liaison community through blogging and Kirstie Alley’s Phitter”
Mainly About Her SupplementsThe range of supplements
Dig deeper though, and she is selling a series of supplements (all USDA organic approved).
The main product is Rescue me which “replenishes your body with high-quality organic ingredients, including nutrients, natural herbs, fiber and antioxidants…”
One month’s supply sells for $62.50. Membership to the program is $10 per month (+ 10 startup fee) – you also need to by the Startup Kit of supplements ($139).
So here’s to entrepreneurship, and the gravy train called celebrity yo-yo dieting.
It looks like QVC is getting in on the action as well and it’s being used as a platform for Kirstie to sell her Organic Liaison supplements and snacks.
We think any plan that puts so much emphasis on supplements instead of eating whole, healthy foods will probably take more weight off your bank account than it does your body.