Diets in Review - Find the Right Diet for You

Carnie Wilson Partners with The Fresh Diet and Dr. Oz

UPDATE 12/02/10: Carnie Wilson was fired as spokesperson for The Fresh Diet due to weight gain and promoting her own cheesecake business.

Carnie Wilson, daughter of beloved Beach Boys singer Brian Wilson, is a mom of two daughters. In the spotlight from a young age, her weight has been a much commented upon subject. The star of the GSN show Carnie Wilson: Unstapled, Wilson had gastric bypass in the 1990s when she was over 300 pounds. Her weight fluctuated since, hindered by a 70-pound weight gain in her first pregnancy and 60 pounds in her second. Describing herself as a life-long sugar addict, she says that she never learned to eat correctly and used her pregnancies as a convenient excuse to eat the foods she wanted.

Now she’s partnering with Dr. Oz and Fresh Diet, a food delivery company, to lose the extra weight in a healthy manner. Wilson says that she’s struggled her entire life with good diet choices.

“I’m not an exercise lover and I’m a food lover, and my body doesn’t have a great metabolism. You put all that together and there’s my challenge,” she told Celebrity Baby Scoop in a recent interview. She confessed that having children derailed her healthy diet habits. In a recent appearance on the Dr. Oz Show, she was weighed on television. Dr. Oz diagnosed her as morbidly obese and prescribed a weight loss plan.

The mom of two, like moms everywhere, worries when her daughter chooses sugary foods, and tries to head her in the right direction. “When I see Lola asking for sugar, it’s like pushing a panic button. I go, ‘Oh no, oh no, she’s going to be fat!’ I have to calm down and say, there’s a way to do this. There’s a way to show her that she can have some sugar, but it has to be limited,” Wilson said in her Celebrity Baby Scoop interview. She’s especially happy to have partnered with Fresh Diet.

The woman who launched a bakery business is especially critical of her food choices, and she’s found nothing lacking with Fresh Diet, calling it the ultimate in organic, healthy foods.

This busy mom finds that balance is tricky for her, with the demands of her career, children and marriage. Trying to get the food segment under control is difficult, but with the help that she has, Carnie Wilson should be able to solve this dilemma and find a healthy, manageable weight.

March 2nd, 2010

> Leave Feedback

User Feedback

(Page 1 of 1, 2 total comments)

Carrie

You know we all have our ups and downs. You will get there. Dr. OZ was a little hard on you. You will get it. Don't give up!

posted Mar 30th, 2010 7:31 pm


Jennifer Slater

Carnie, an article about you was somehow forwarded to my blog and I wanted you to know that I just started regaining my pre-mom life and weight and hope you have as much luck as I do - it seems to be the frame of mind more than the diet. But if you ever want some tips or moral support look me up on my blog, I would love to hear from you. Just think about where you were in your life when you were your best, it's not the diet that's missing, it's what makes you happy. Good luck to both of us!

posted Mar 2nd, 2010 3:52 pm



   
 

Leave Feedback

Skip the moderation queue by becoming a MyDIR member.

Already a member?

Need to sign up?
It’s free and only it takes a minute.
There are two ways to join:


Or, proceed without an account