Kendra Wilkinson became a household name with the success of the E! reality series “Girls Next Door,” where she lived at the Playboy Mansion with Hugh Hefner and his other two Playboy bunny girlfriends. Kendra’s popularity earned her her own self-titled reality series, where it’s been no secret to her fans that she’s struggled to lose the 60-pounds she gained when pregnant with her baby, Hank Baskett IV.
Kendra is happy to announce that she’s lost all 60 pounds of the baby weight that plagued her Playboy bunny bod. She looks fabulous. And she’s chalking it up to what is quickly becoming another new household name: Ab Cuts.
In a recent interview with FOX 411’s Pop Tarts, Kendra says:
“Within the last couple of months I’ve been focusing on my metabolism with the health supplement Ab Cuts and it has been amazing, my magic potion! It’s the metabolism booster I needed.”
Here’s the skinny on Ab Cuts.
From the Revolution Corr-Jensen Labs website:
The ingredients in Abdominal Cuts supplement the body with a wide array of healthy oils that assist with body-fat reduction (particularly in the abdominal area), healthy metabolism, antioxidant supply and anti-inflammatory assistance.
Revolution Abdominal Cuts contains naturally occurring, healthy oils that are clinically proven to reduce body fat. This special formula specifically targets stubborn fat cells found near the stomach, hips, and butt.
Abdominal Cuts contains absolutely NO stimulants, therefore preventing any negative side effects such as jitters or headaches that are common with many other weight reduction products. Abdominal Cuts also utilizes a progressive form of liquid gel technology, making each capsule small and easy-to-swallow.
A one-month supply of Ab Cuts softgels runs about $59.99. I guess it’s a small price to pay for a set of cut abs. I mean, who doesn’t want cut abs? If I thought I could lay down 60 bucks and get a set of six-pack abs in exchange, I’d do it in a heartbeat. But, I don’t think that.
Sure, maybe Ab Cuts is “all-natural.” Maybe it’s “clinically proven to reduce body fat,” and maybe it doesn’t have negative side effects. Even if I could allow myself to buy into all of these claims, I still couldn’t get past the idea of a weight loss “magic potion.” I know what it’s like to gain 60 pounds of pregnancy weight and then have to lose it. I’ve done it myself not just once, but twice. I know how hard it is. And the third time around, I’m having to work harder than ever to lose the weight, and it’s taking longer than ever. But, I’m working at it. And something tells me that Kendra had to work really hard to lose those 60 pounds herself. So, it bugs me that this softgel pill is getting all the credit for what I’m sure was really Kendra’s blood, sweat and tears. I know, I know … it’s a supplement that’s supposed to be used in addition to a healthy diet and exercise. But, that’s all the more reason not to sell it as a “magic potion.”
We’ve been looking for this “magic” solution for an awfully long time. Check out these hilarious yet horrifying products that promised this same sort of “magic potion” effect generations ago. (Hello, obesity soap…used like ordinary soap— absolutely harmless, never fails to reduce flesh when directions are followed!)
How many of you out there think that this time … we’ve actually found the magic bullet?