March 17, 2010

Kirstie Alley & Diet Controversy

Kirstie Alley is making big media push to promote her new diet plan, but some have questions about her diet and where it really comes from,

Critics are questioning whether Kirstie Alley's diet company, Organic Liaison, is actually a front for the Church of Scientology, of which she is a member.

Kirstie says these claims are bogus though, and insists her diet plans are very real and legitimate.

The former cheers star has battled publicly with her weifght for years, and used to represent Weight Watchers, but gained back the over 75 pounds she had lost while on that program.

She has also starred on reality TV documenting her weight loss efforts. How anyone can consistently keep weight off after a diet is a much-discussed topic, that still has no easy answers or solutions.

Kirstie Alley & Diet

Kirstie Alley has hit back at reports her new weight loss program will fund Scientology teachings, insisting the accusations are "not true." The former Weight Watchers spokeswoman recently launched Organic Liaison LLC after years of battling her size under the glare of the spotlight. Members pay between $10 and $149 per month to follow the regimen, which combines an organic food diet with vitamins and supplements.
Kirstie Alley & Diet

Posted at March 17, 2010 9:35 AM