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Kirstie Alley Denies Bulimia and Surgery After Dropping 100 Pounds

There may have been some doubts over Kirstie Alley’s dress size, but there’s no denying she’s lost a lot of weight since her first appearance on Dancing With The Stars last season. She is keen to tell everyone, though, that it’s all natural weight loss. She hasn’t had surgery and she certainly hasn’t got bulimia.

Kirstie Alley (60) looked amazing in recent photos of her, following what she says is a drop of 100 pounds weight loss. And she says it’s all as a result of diet and exercise, so who are we to argue with that? Jealous people, perhaps?

Kirstie has discovered a new feeling of self confidence with the dramatic weight loss. She even recently modeled for the Zang Toi runway show during New York Fashion Week. She was very pleased with how that all went, Tweeting<

“Thank u for all your SWEET comments.. NO surgery, NO flippin lasers, NO barfing, NO starving…Jeez …my products, organic food, dance. End.”

The actress’ weight has notoriously yo-yoed over the years, prompting speculation that she suffers from bulimia. Her critics see this recent dramatic weight loss as confirmation that she must have had gastric bypass surgery but the former star of Cheers has threatened legal action against The National Enquirer for making such claims.

As her Twitter response to their recent article shows, she can’t even spell the disorder and she seems pretty adamant she doesn’t have it!

“Soo.. heard that the Enquirer is running with a story that Im bulemic (sic)…lol..JEEZ!!! “sources” JEEZ.. never hurled a meal in my life..JEEZ. Bulemmia (sic), is a serious sitiation (sic) not to be taken lightly. it can cause death..this accusation is degrading 2 those who from suffer it.”

It sure is, so I’m will Kirstie Alley here in thinking it’s important that people believe what Kirstie says:

“I lost ALL my weight in the healthiest possible delicious foods, my Rescue Me & dancing…period.”

Rescue Me is the first ever USDA approved organic weight loss product.

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