Google it! / Yahoo it! / Bing it! /

Dancing With The Stars 2011: Kirstie Alley 10 proves a girl’s gotta eat?

May 9th, 2011 at 8:30 pm by Kae Davis Leave a reply »

 

 

Dancing With The Stars 2011: Kirstie Alley 10 proves a girls gotta eat? Dancing With The Stars 2011!

Kirstie Alley 10 on her Argentine Tango proves a girl’s gotta eat?

[May 9]

Dancing With The Stars celebrity diet has been rough on fat actress Kirstie Alley. Ever since her dance partner’s leg gave out, leaving Maksim in pain and embarrassed he had a groin pull unable to support her weight during a sexy move on the dance floor, she’s been even more obsessed with losing weight. During the week of the Argentine Tango, Kirstie Alley found herself on the dance floor but not on her feet, as Kirstie Alley fell several times during the difficult dance practice. The trouble with her fall? She hit the floor because she was off timing and feeling faint from hunger — even though the steps that tripped her up were not even hard. Though Kirstie Alley looked fantastic in her red hot dress, was her lean look and fancy footwork that earned her a 10 in the competition worth what eating such a low calorie celebrity diet is doing to her physical system? To get that 10 on DWTS, Kirstie Alley had to up her food intake.

Regarding the need for any person to go on a very low calorie diet — like Kirstie Alley is on — Web MD reports:

A very low-calorie diet may allow a severely to moderately obese person to lose about 3 to 5 pounds per week, for an average total weight loss of 44 pounds over 12 weeks. Such a weight loss can improve obesity-related medical conditions, including diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.

The perils of a low calorie diet often include the following side effects on a body while dieting include the following related troubles:

  1. Many people on a very low-calorie diet for four to 16 weeks report minor side effects such as fatigue, constipation, nausea, and diarrhea, but these conditions usually improve within a few weeks and rarely prevent people from completing the program.
  2. The most common serious side effect seen with VLCDs is gallstone fromation. Gallstones, which frequently develop in obese people (especially women), are even more common during rapid weight loss. The reason for this may be that rapid weight loss appears to decrease the gallbladder’s ability to contract bile. But, it is unclear whether VLCDs directly cause gallstones or whether the amount of weight loss is responsible for the fromation of gallstones.

If Kirstie Alley is only eating 1400 calories or less per day, is she actually putting her overall health at risk by striving to reach rapid weight loss goals?

With the prevalence of her tendency to Yo-Yo diet to meet the seemingly cruel weight and height ration standards for women in Hollywood, it might be time for actress Kirstie Allie to start focusing more on heart health and muscle tone rather than trimming down dress sizes.

We continue to cheer her own whether she is a size 6 or a size 16.

Why?

Because she is a lovely PERSON and likeable just the way she is…

And we think Maks would agree with us on this point of dance competition and celebrity diet contention.

 

 

Read more about famous humanitarians and star celebs going green...

Dancing With The Stars 2011: Kirstie Alley 10 proves a girls gotta eat?

About

Kae Davis, host of Green Celebrity Network, is a civic minded adrenaline junkie and pop culture historian. Writing about celebrities going green is her passion. Sharing good news and helping promote small businesses and non-profit organizations by grass roots marketing is her specialty.

Facebook Comments

Advertisement

Comments are closed.

All original content on these pages is fingerprinted and certified by Digiprove
Skysa App Bar