I agree with Deb. Jillian Michaels is not a registered dietician, a physician, medically trained in any way, nor anything other than a personal trainer. She's not who I would be taking any kind of dietary advice from, especially given her tendency to slap her name and picture on just about any supplement/product you can think of. Detoxes, fat burners, and cleanses, pretty much all the useless buzz-words that science has disproven time and time again.
She's good for telling you when to walk, when to run, and when to do a jumping jack, but I would not trust my nutrition to her.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 1/13/2013 (15:37)
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