Eager to cash in on her success, the newly svelte diet queen became a millionaire after Woman's World published her Kimkins Diet plan, along with her personal before-and-after pictures.
"Losing weight taught me how to use makeup!"
Like most things too good to be true, Diaz's miracle diet was complete and utter bullshit, and even more disturbing, it was dangerous. Side effects like hair loss, amenorrhea and heart palpitations prompted an investigation that ultimately revealed that the diet's creator was not the trim hottie splashed across the pages of Woman's World and the Kimkins website, but actually a 300-pound woman whose sexy "after" pictures were lifted from a Russian mail-order-bride website.
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Heidi Diaz, apparently smuggling several other gurus under her shirt.