We previously mentioned that Kirstie Alley is coming under fire (and lawsuit) over her diet products.
A woman is suing her, claiming that Kirstie lost all her weight during grueling practices while on DWTS, not because of her diet supplements.
The National Enquirer went out and got a container of her Rescue Me organic weight loss supplement and took it to two doctors.
Everything the Enquirer does must be taken with a grain of salt but it's not hard to believe that a diet miracle supplement is a scam.
So they took it to the doctors, one of whom said:
"[Rescue Me is] sugar, sugar and more sugar. It certainly is not a diet drink and won’t promote weight loss."
The other, a board-certified sports medicine physician, said:
"I find it incredible that such a high-priced product is allowed to be advertised for weight loss. There is no miracle ingredient in this product that will cause you to lose weight."
So it seems like Kirstie might be in some pretty serious legal trouble soon.
Good luck, gurl!
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