Alley launches weight loss company
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Kirstie Alley is launching a weight loss "elixir" to help overweight Americans slim down, and she has already lost 20 pounds in eight weeks on the program.
The former "Cheers" star has founded Organic Liaison, a company to support dieters in the U.S., and developed a series of slimming remedies.
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And Alley, who famously lost weight as a spokesmodel for diet firm Jenny Craig before piling the pounds back on, is adamant the drink works, as she's already boasting a more slim figure since starting the program at the beginning of the year.
She says, "I'm not a doctor or a nutritionist. I'm a regular person like you who has been struggling with her weight and searching and praying for a weight loss program to end that forever.
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"Now my dream is a reality. I've been afforded access to the best products in the world. I've been researching and developing Organic Liaison for the past two years with the help of the greatest scientific minds on the planet.
"I can promise you our certified weight loss elixir, Rescue Me, takes on excess hunger and cravings. It will support your body and flood your body with the missing elements that make weight loss an uphill battle.
"Join me on my own weight loss journey - I've lost over twenty pounds since January 1st... and I don't crave or have my usual huge appetite."