Jameela Jamil has made it her mission to speak out against the dangers of so-called "detox teas" and the celebrities who promote them on Instagram. (By the way? It's working: She's calling more attention than the actual Food and Drug Administration to the harms of the non-FDA-approved products, according to a Harvard scientist.)
The Good Place has famously responded after Kim and Khloe Kardashian (along with other celebs) have promoted the products to Instagram in paid posts — calling the ads "irresponsible" and the stars promoting them "sad." She's not backed down from her stance, and routinely doubles down on her position on her own social media feed.
Now, Jamil is back at it again with a statement about celebrities who dish diet advice on Instagram — and how their followers should take it. She posted an Instagram graphic that read, "The only diet advice you should take from celebrities is: 'DON'T TAKE DIET ADVICE FROM CELEBRITIES.' They don't give a flying f--- about you, or your kidneys, or your liver or your mental health. Unfollow, delete, repeat."
In the caption, she added, "Save up and spend your money on therapy instead."
Just how much money do the Kardashians make for Instagram posts promoting such products as so-called "detox teas?" Matriarch-momager Kris Jenner recently provided an eye-popping answer to that question.
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