"Fat Actress" Kirstie Alley has launched a new weight loss company: Organic Liaison. It sounds intoxicating, and much like Kirstie Alley herself, unique and crazy.
Two years ago, Kirstie Alley quit Jenny Craig's weight loss program and promised she was going to dream up her own way of losing extra pounds. Fast forward to this week: today, Kirstie Alley went on Oprah to unveil "Organic Liaison," her new organic weight loss program.
The site (http://www.organicliaison.com) promises an "innovative way of liaising people from conventional eating habits." Meaning eat less, and drink our products! Organic Liaison is based on a system of dietary supplements, natural products, and a system of online support. Somehow, Kirstie Alley's Organic Liaison is supposed to make losing weight "fun."
I was skeptical, so after a few Google searches, I found out that "Kirstie Alley's Organic Liaison" has attracted the attention of Anonymous – those guys who hate Scientology. It looks like they've pulled together a lot of information about Kirstie Alley and her weight loss program. They say that the costs of Organic Liaison (a membership fee and supplements) would go to fund Scientology. Hmm…
The Kirstie Alley Organic Liaison site promises that it's approved by the USDA, which is good, but I don't know. It seems expensive. Organic Liaison starts with a "Rescue Kit," which costs $139, then a monthly membership of $10 or an annual membership of $89. Plus the whole weight loss program is based on organic food, which is NOT cheap.
I don't know. I'm torn on the whole program. If I were you, I'd check out the website and find out if I can afford the whole Kirstie Alley Organic Liaison package before buying into it.