This is disgraceful.
For years, Kim Kardashian took pride in her body, telling various celebrity gossip outlets that she was proud of her curves. She served as a great role model for women in this regard.
But then the folks at QuickTrim came calling and Kardashian chose the money over her fans. Kim and sister Khloe have been shilling for the product ever since, despite its unhealthy side effects and the unenviable message to young girls around the country that it sends.
In the latest issue of Life & Style, for instance, the siblings are totally photoshopped on grace the cover and pretend as though QuickTrim is the most magical weight loss system ever invented.
Says Khloé: It's always been hard to lose weight in general, and I'm still losing weight, but right now, I feel like I've lost all my fat and just want to tone up. It's really because of QuickTrim [a system of supplements customized for various fitness goals]. I've had weight battles my entire teenage and adult life, but this time when I tried losing it, the weight just fell off. It was easy.
Says Kim: I trained so hard for my fitness DVDs, Fit in Your Jeans by Friday, and I just needed an extra push. QuickTrim completely took it to this level.
Wow. It's almost like they're reading from a script.
A few notes:
- QuickTrim is a cleansing system that forces one to essentially starve oneself, flushing one's body out in a manner that no doctor is his right mind would ever recommend;
- Kim and Khloe are being paid a lot of money for this endorsement;
- Get Thin Fast is grammatically incorrect, moronic editors at Life & Style. It should read: Get Thin Quickly... and Dangerously.
In the end, take Kim and Khloe's advice on pathetic ways to garner attention for yourself. Don't listen to a word they say about dieting.