Hello… Survivors?

January 16, 2008

You have suffered due to a VLCD.

You have blacked out, lost your way, lost your health.

Now is the time to help others to be free. You have that power. It is in your hands.

If you have documented proof of medical care due to Kimkins-related diet side effects, and can spend just a small amount of time talking with an interviewer,

wouldn’t it be worth the being shy… or having left that period of time behind you?

Now is not the time to step back. Now is the time to put your foot forward, if only for a few minutes.

You could be saving your daughter, your mother, your friend from being a victim of a very low calorie diet.


For them.

If you have suffered any of the following doctor verified medical conditions:

• Dizziness
• Nausea
• Muscle fatigue or weakness
• Heartbeat palpitations
• Moderate to severe hair loss
• Bone and joint pain
• Mental changes – irritability, forgetfulness, confusion
• Bowel complications/symptoms of laxative abuse

as a result of your experience with the Kimkins Diet, and would like this exciting opportunity to share your experiences with the public, please contact KimkinsonABC@gmail.com within the next 48 hours.

No travel will be required, an ABC crew will come to you to discuss your experience.

If you know of anyone who fits the above-mentioned medical criteria, please share this contact information with them for this important opportunity.

Now is the time, sisters.

Now is the time.



October 8, 2007

I feel like I am being just barely saved by the bell. A member of Kimkins, I am towards the beginning of my third challenge. I am losing hair in clumps, awful joint pains and dizzy/nauseous frequently. But I am addicted to seeing that scale go down.

I discovered the fraud this evening and am immediately stopping this dangerous craziness. I hope that *itch goes to jail.

Thank you, so many

September 22, 2007

Please support these sites and thank them for helping others to heal:Kimkins Exposed, Anti-Kimkins , Becky: Winning Weight , Christin: The Journey ,Deni: Open Bench , Free Kimkins Free, Jimmy Moore’s Apology, Kimkins @ Slamboard, Kimkins Controversy, Kimkins Dangers, Kimkins Sucks! , Kimkins Survivors, Kimorexia, Kkatastrophediet’s Weblog, TRUTH Starts Here, 3 Fat Chicks: Anatomy of a Diet Scam, About.com Inside Kimkins, A Pinch Of… , How Jeanessa Got Scammed, How Much Body Fat Can You Really Lose In A Week?, Jersey Girl: Thoughts on Kimkins , Kimkins Circus , Kimkins Controversy Continues to Boil, Kimkins Debacle; Super Smart Diet Tips, Kimkins Experience Part 1, Kimkins Experience Part 2 , Kimkins Saga Revisited, Kimkins Survivors, Mama Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Anorexic, Tami’s Change in Game Plan, The Problem with Kimkins, Thin at Any Cost, A Running Jewel, Kimkins Circus ,The Quack of Doom: Entering the circus for the first time?, Once Upon A Diet, Someone in Southern California may need an attorney soon, The Final Escape, melting mama: Kimkins Scam. , Have you ever screamed so loud that the room echoed? « Incredible Shrinking Ladies, Inside the Kimkins Controversy, A Dumbbell In A Home Gym: Kimkins: Caveat Freakin’ Emptor. ,Heard of the Kimkins Diet?  Steer Clear it’s a total scam! , Vickie’s Voice: …more of my story… , The Road to Clarity and Transformation: The Kimmer (Kimkins) Controversy and a Parallel Universe , Banished…oh Fo’ Shame. not., a mother’s heart » the kimkins debacle , Vilma’s World » Kimkins on Dateline & other complaints , Because I Said So: KimKims Survivors , Hundred Day Head Start | Kimkins a fraud, Healthy Low-Carb Living Blog: Kimkins – How I Feel About It Now , Back Across The Line: Kimkins Cult Mentality , Good Carbma: Words for Heidi Diaz, Living Low Carb & Lovin’ It!: What an Amazing Day This Has Been!, Borat Does Kimkins: Hello From Borat!, Medusa , Kimkins Nightmares, stepping up to the plate « 2big4mysize’s Weblog, mariasol  , Kimkins Scam, Willa’s Notebook

The power of us

September 11, 2007

Maybe you’ve been lied to.

                                              Maybe you’ve been hurt.

Now you’re wondering what is next? Why me? I wanted to believe.  She seemed thin. She said the plan worked for her.

You wanted to believe in the good of others,

in their beauty, in their hope, in their energy.

Even when doubt crept in, you swept it away like a buzzing gnat; and that’s ok.

You’re human. You’re wonderful. You’re beautiful.

You believed in others; now believe in the power of us.

This is a time for beauty through banding together. This is a time to heal and to help others heal. This is the time to forget past fighting and to remember that,

no matter what,

                                              we are all sisters

no matter what.

Sign the petition. Contact news agencies. File for your membership fees. Continue to share your testimonies through this site.

You heal by helping others to heal. You succeed by helping others to succeed.

We are all sisters.

No matter what.


September 10, 2007

There is a current class action lawsuit being put together by a former Kimkins member named Jeanessa.

Please contact kimkinslawsuit@yahoo.com for more information or if you are interested in participating .

To Becky

August 28, 2007

Lonely is sometimes doing the right thing, even when it’s not popular.

 Even when it’s shirked,

laughed at,

sneered at,

tucked in.

 Lonely is sometimes knowing the people you thought you knew never knew you,

didn’t ask, didn’t care.

It’s hard waking up one morning and questioning what’s happening around you, that those figments you thought you knew were wasting away into the ethos, withering on less food than concentration camp survivors, showing brittle smiles and clapping you on bony shoulderblades.

It’s hard asking, “when did things change?” and seeing that, while the technicolor turned to grey and morbid rust, nobody else seemed to notice she was eating too little.

You spoke.

You were silenced.

But you spoke.

Thank you.


August 15, 2007

I joined Kimkins in Dec 06. I never followed any of the diets exactly, in fact, I NEVER gave up cheese, although I did switch to lower fat versions. I never looked at anyone’s Fitday. I never heard of laxative abuse. And I didn’t hear of any controversy regarding the diet.What really made me suspect that something was not right was what I read in one of the Kimkins Forums. I think it was the Detox/Fasting forum. It was a horrifying thread about someone’s experience with doing their own liver/gallbladder flush — and it was one the site’s administrators. Maybe this is normal to some people, but I was horrified. Then I read about people fasting; 3 days, 5 days, 7 days…

In all the other forums I visited on the site, there was encouragement and sharing of success. But when I found that Detox/Fasting thread, I felt very scared and disappointed. This isn’t going to be the best analogy, but it was like finding out that the good guy in the movie is really the bad guy.

Anyway, then I found this site and it confirmed my suspicions. What really sealed the deal for me was seeing some of the faces and names here that I’d previously seen offering encouragment on Kimkins forums and featured as success stories.

I haven’t decided exactly which low-carb diet I’ll follow for maintenance, but for now I’m enjoying adding high fiber bread and a few Triscuits with cheese back into my diet. Not everyday of course! I’m putting cream in my ice coffee and not stressing over my daily calories.

I’ve only got 12 lbs til I hit my goal weight — if I was still following KK, then I would be restricting hard core, exercising every night, weighing every morning and praying that I saw that magic number –123.

But, you know what? I feel really very calm about it. I hope it takes me six months to lose those last few pounds.

Thanks for everything — even if at first it felt like tough love, you have all really opened my eyes.

From lowcarbfriends.com “Why the Fascination with Kimmer”


August 13, 2007

Now is the time.

Each signature a sign

Each story a blessing

Lighting a candle for the past

and protecting our future.

 Please sign.

                 Never has doing so little

                 meant so much