Biggest Loser’s Jilian Michaels Lawsuit Over Fraud Weight Loss Diet Pills
Jillian Michaels is known for her no holds bar attitude when it comes to gym. She helps in fulfilling the dreams of many obese individuals to achieve sexier body. Her main goal is to drop massive amount of weight from her obese pupils. But suddenly, this fame is in the bridge of destruction as one obese woman is now seeking for a class-action for a lawsuit towards this celebrity endorser, Biggest Loser’s trainer Jillian Michaels.
The lawsuit is for the diet supplement that Jillian was endorsing, the “Quickstart”. Her Quickstart is a rapid weight loss system with a two-supplement program that offers calorie control and the maximum fat burning solution. The supplement is said to suppress your craving and assist the fat-burning process in the body. But all of these amazing features were questioned as a law suit has been filed over Jillian Michaels.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles by Christie Christensen. Christie claimed that the diet supplement Jillian was endorsing did nothing to curb her appetite or even helped her to eliminate a single pound in her body. The root of the lawsuit is because of the product slogan stating that “Two Capsules before Main Meals and You Lose Weight”. The woman is suing the product and Jillian for that said statement. Basic Research was also involved in the lawsuit. The woman is trying to prove that Jillian knows that taking two pills before meal time will not make any person lose weight.
Christensen’s suit was in behalf of all the California residents who bought Michaels’s diet supplement. The overall complaint also name Thin Care International as a defendant, which produces the diet supplement and Basic Research, which is responsible for the marketing of the product.
This lawsuit proves that a lot of overweight people still want to lose weight faster. They are being swept away by this advertisement that uses popular celebrities to deceit the public, and did not do their own homework, which is to do the research on the supplement whether or not it is medically backed and clinically proven. The sad thing about this issue is that celebrities are not aware that they can affect and endanger people’s lives with their statement.
It is always better to lose weight naturally by eating healthy foods, proper exercise and living a healthy lifestyle. Healthy and sexier body is achieved through hard work and discipline. Weight loss supplements cannot make miracles, but definitely CAN help if they have been clinically proven, like the 100% natural, organic, Proactol.