Of course, the detox and diet ads are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Kardashian SponCon Dynasty. Khloe posted about a tooth whitening kit, even though she has stain-resistant veneers. Kim peddled controversial morning sickness pills when she wasn't pregnant, and the FDA slammed her for not mentioning the very real side effects. Kylie promoted waist-training, which is wearing a corset that can cause organ damage and broken ribs, right after giving birth. The Kardashian-Jenners are worth a combined $1.5 billion.
Adele and MMA star Conor McGregor Allegedly Use The Sirtfood Diet To "Activate Skinny Genes" (Which Don't Exist)
When a celebrity goes through a body transformation, especially a lady celeb, media outlets never credit a steady, healthy diet, exercise, or other lifestyle adjustments. There's always a magic bullet, a solution to weight loss that no one has
marketed thought of before. When singer Adele stepped out at the beginning of 2020 looking a little more svelte, she reportedly credited the Sirtfoot Diet. It's a meal plan that allows you to lose weight and still eat dark chocolate and drink wine!
But this miracle diet isn't just for lady-folk. Big, strong, tough men like MMA fighter Conor McGregor also swear by it, saying that he is "eating like a king these days thanks to the Sirtfood diet."
So what is this miracle diet that helps you melt away pounds, but ALSO keeps you in peak physical form for MMA? The idea is to eat certain foods to activate SIRT1, which "reduces oxidative stress" and makes you age slower. The problem with this claim, according to Mike Roussell, Ph.D. and nutritional consultant, is, "You can't possibly consume enough of the foods recommended by this diet to increase sirtuins."