Jameela Jamil attends the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center
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Jameela Jamil rarely keeps quiet on social media about topics such as body image and health — and now the TV star is after one of the Kardashians.
“The Good Place” actress scolded Khloe Kardashian for posting about a weight loss product on social media.
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Jamil, 33, said the reality-TV queen, 34, was “irresponsible” for the advertising of the Flat Belly Co is a meal replacement shake to her 89-plus million Instagram followers.
She wrote: “If you’re too irresponsible to: (a) the fact that you are a personal trainer, nutritionist, probably the chef, and a surgeon to achieve your aesthetic rather than this laxative product and b) tell them the side effects of these NON-FDA-approved product, which most doctors say is not healthy.”
“Flat Tummy Tea side effects are cramping, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and dehydration… then I think I have to,” Jamil added.
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“It is too bad that this industry bullied until you became fixated on your appearance. That the media is to blame,” she wrote. “But please don’t that again in the world, and the pain of the other girls, the way you have hurt. You’re a smart woman. Be smarter than this.”
In Kardashian’s post, she says that she loves how her belly is looking right now and is the integration Flat Belly products in her routine for about two weeks.
Jamil regularly calls out celebrities who push detox, and diet products on the social media. She is rather a commentary on how the will of Cardi B’s and Amber Rose are paid a lot of money to promote this kind of products, but also likely to have chefs, dietitians, personal trainers, and use Photoshop.
The I Weigh founder started a petition to stop celebrities from the promotion of the products of the diet on social media and has nearly 200,000 signatures. With this list, which they hope to get from all of the major social media platforms – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat – ban star of advertising diet aids.
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“In the power of the internet can not see you as a celebrity who is a personal trainer, a chef, a surgeon, and the use of Photoshop,” said Jamil of her case. “This is false and irresponsible advertising, and it is a part of a deep and disturbing rhetoric that preys on eating disordered behaviour and the new trend of ‘quick-fix’, which is based on a naive and vulnerable client who is not trained to see the full list of consequences for the health of these products and diet restrictions can bring.”
Jamil has admitted earlier that she suffered from an eating disorder when she was younger.