Kirstie Alley’s BIG LIFE and Organic Liaison Diet Plan

Well, not so much.

I do love Kirstie Alley.
I always have.
Fat Actress.

And now  BIG LIFE.

Kirstie Alley has emerged as one of the great actresses of her generation, proving time and again that she is capable of great depth and range, with a comedic timing second to none. Alley is currently shooting “Kirstie Alley’s Big Life,” a docu-series for A&E, which chronicles the many aspects of her extraordinary life, from her battle with weight loss to her role as a single mother trying to raise two normal teenagers.

Of course, there will be lots of talk about weight loss. And her ORGANIC LIAISON program has come under fire more than a few times.

Kirstie Alley’s Organic Liaison is a brand new, innovative weight loss program with the goal of “liaising” people from conventional eating habits to healthier organic ones while losing weight and supporting the body 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Organic Liaison membership offers natural dietary supplements, organic weight loss products and access to online tools to help others lose weight safely and effectively, all while having fun! – so says the ad copy.

Doesn’t almost every infomercial, come with a money-back guarantee?
That’s why people try them!   But not this one.

Unless otherwise expressly stated, there are NO REFUNDS. However, our guarantee is subject to terms and conditions.

Furthermore, it seems  so far there is NO Proof  that Organic Liaison is Certified Organic. And to make matters wrose, people are speculating if the whole thing is connected to Scientology!

Everyone  is speculating what is the real story –  we may never know.  One investigator  says … the corporate address is based in Florida.

I threw the address into Google and was surprised to discover that a Saul B. Lipson, a CPA agency is at this same address. Then, for fun, I Googled “Saul B. Lipson Scientology” and discovered, he’s a Scientologist much like Kirstie Alley.

I also found his personal website at Scientology – Saul B. Lipson a Scientologist – find out what I have gained from Scientology…

Under the section entitled “Groups I Support”, I found a group called Narconon. So, I Googled, that, too.

It seems that Narconon is not safe as demonstrated on this site Narconon Exposed: Is Narconon Safe?

Now, with Kirstie Alley launching her new weight loss plan, could it possibly be that some of the proceeds from this program (membership fee + supplements would go to fund Scientology?

I also noted on the Organic Liaison site there are no references to any scientific research that can prove this plan is beneficial to weight loss or safe. Only the testimonials and people she hired can say it is.

Hey, any press is good press. And I still love Kirstie Alley!

BIG LIFE  premiers  Sunday  March 21st  on  A&E