I wanted to be just like you. Now, I just think you are a sellout.
Last night at work, i was killing some time looking through advertisements from the Sunday paper when I saw it towards the back of the Walgreens flyer: Jillian Michaels diet pills. DIET PILLS? WTF Jillian!I recall, clear as day, on an episode of the biggest loser (probably more than one episode) where you claimed there were "no magic pills" to help weight loss. And now, you are selling , what, 4 or 5 different formulas, including "extreme maximum fat strength burner" and "extreme quickstart rapid weight loss system"
No, no, no, no, NO!!! Girlfriend, you and I both know these DO NOT WORK! Does it make you happy that you are now going to make a small fortune off of others desperate hope?? So they can loose a couple of pounds of water weight, and cram their bodies full of Lord knows what non-FDA approved junk?
You are making me sick to my stomach Jillian.
You have the opportunity to reach millions. To preach how important healthy eating and exercise is. Countless people look up to you for the changes you have made in your life, and for the changes you have helped others make in their lives. Countless people would do whatever you tell them to do, in hopes that even though they can't make it to "the ranch", they can still change their lives like the contestants on the Biggest Loser. And now, you are just lying to them. Leading them in the WRONG direction. You should be ashamed of yourself.
There is no easy way around weight loss, no magic pill. It takes hard work. It takes dedication. Is it worth it? ABSOLUTELY. To quote someone I respect loads more than Ms. Michaels, the only "secret" is the "GOYA" diet....GET OFF YOUR ASS!!!!! (Thank you, Christine Rockey!)
Ugh. I laughed it off when you started innocently hocking extra sugar free gum and Ziploc bags as a part of a regular weight loss plan. But diet pills? I'm disgusted. Dissapointed. Kinda laughing at myself for idolizing someone in Hollywood anyways, haha. The sellout was to be expected, it was really always just about the money, wasn't it?
Sorry folks, this one really worked me up ;) But Richard Simmons, if you sell out on me at this point (I forgive you for the faulty veggie steamer) all hope is lost!!!