Kelly Preston loses 39 pounds, credits Kirstie Alley’s Xenu diet

Last year, CB did a lot of coverage on Kristie Alley’s “weight loss program” called Organic Liaison. According to CB and an overwhelming majority of people who can read, Organic Liaison is pretty much a Church of Scientology front in which people are overcharged for what amounts to vitamin supplements, and then the “program” attempts to indoctrinate the people in the cult of Scientology. The evidence is pretty straight-forward – Organic Liaison’s billing address is the same Florida address of CoS’s accountant, and the language used on the Organic Liaison website is pretty much the language of Xenu. You too can lose weight if you don’t mind being audited by someone holding a pair of lifts and a tin can. But although it’s a pretty straight-forward connection, Kirstie Alley still denied it and when questioned about the connection, she claimed her interrogators were “bigots.”

Anyway, Organic Liaison has a new spokeswoman, and it’s Xenu’s favorite beard, Kelly Preston. Kelly credits Organic Liaison for helping her shed the weight she gained while pregnant with her son Ben. Xenu’s vitamin supplements… and tennis.

When Kelly Preston gave birth to her son Benjamin Travolta a year ago, she knew losing the baby weight wouldn’t be easy.

“When I got pregnant at 48, I didn’t know if my body would bounce back,” the actress tells PEOPLE.

Turns out, Preston had no need to worry. Not only did she shed the baby weight, but over the past year she’s dipped below her pre-pregnancy weight – and is relishing a new figure and renewed vitality as she approaches the mid-century mark.

“I lost 39 lbs., have more energy than I had 20 years ago – and I feel amazing,” Preston says. “I’m going to be turning 50 next year – holy s–––! Hey, 50 is the new 30.”

So besides tennis and keeping up with an active baby, what’s her secret? The Organic Liaison weight-loss program created by Preston and John Travolta’s close friend Kirstie Alley, who cleared her own hurdle this summer when she dropped 100 lbs.

“I was so excited when my best friend created Rescue Me,” says Preston of the diet plan’s organic supplement system that targets cravings and “boosts natural energy,” according to the Organic Liaison website.

“It’s pretty much the most genius thing ever,” says Preston, who recently signed on as the weight-loss system’s spokesperson.

But a rocking a new body is not the only cause for joy in the Travolta household.

“We just celebrated Ben’s first birthday,” she says. “I can’t believe it’s already been a year.”

[From People]

Vitamins and Xenu = “pretty much the most genius thing ever”??? I give up. I mean, good for Kelly Preston for losing the weight and doing it in a somewhat healthy way – I guess. Vitamins, tennis and Xenu is healthier than coke, cigarettes and an eating disorder, right? RIGHT?!? But… considering Kirstie is so delusional about her size and her weight, what does any of this even matter? Kirstie can’t even get any of her numbers right. Who’s to say Kelly has gotten her “39 pounds” number correct?

I can’t wait for Kirstie to come up with a line of Xenu-approved wiglets so John Travolta can become the spokesman for something.

Photos courtesy of Fame & WENN.

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  1. Tiffany S says:

    All I can think is- look at those big, beautiful post-baby boobies!! I doubt John is giving them any attention at all, too busy going to bath houses and picking up 18 year old waiters. Sadness for Kelly’s girls.

  2. Agnes says:

    “Xenu’s favorite beard” – hahaha! I can’t decide if this woman is so brainwashed/high on barley juice that she’s clueless or if she’s laughing all the way to the bank.

  3. JudyK says:

    Wow, can she walk w/o falling over…can we say TOP HEAVY! Way too much.

  4. El Kiddo says:

    All i wanna say is- awesome tatas Kelly!

  5. Samigirl says:

    I was GOING to say that I don’t think fake baby bumps weigh 39 pounds…but I’m in a really good mood this morning, so I’m just going to say good for her.

  6. Gwen says:

    Wow, did she always have so huge boobs?

  7. Jayna says:

    I will never diss her. She lost her son and went through hell. She has never been obnoxious like Tom about Scientology.

    • meg says:

      They (and their cult) are the reason why that poor boy never stood a chance. I have sympathy for him and what his life must’ve been like, but not them.

      • DesertRose says:

        That seems rough. Didn’t the son have a seizure and fall and hit his head? No matter what religion they are the boy had epilepsy and other issues, and tragic accidents happen. I am def not a supporter of COS, but to say it contributed to their son’s death, I’m doubtful of that.

    • anon33 says:

      this is more in reply to DesertRose…

      Yes, “tragic accidents happen” but they let his epilepsy go 100% untreated. I work in medical/legal and epilepsy is absolutely manageable with medication. It would be like having a heart attack and then refusing a stent or refusing to take your cardiac meds-epileptics NEED that medication that much. There is no excuse for what happened to that poor child.

    • dean travers says:

      Oh oh oh, but she has! She is the worst kind of zombie. Her mother knows my mother (f#@* if I know how) and she has never been allowed to meet her grandchildren or interact with them because she is a “suppresive person”. Kelly Preston is hardcore and insane and 50% responsible for the premature death of her son. I know from Scientologists sadly as there are several in my fam. She sucks.

  8. LL says:

    Holy boobs.

    PS – John could stand to try the Xenu diet. Age has not been kind to him.

  9. lucy2 says:

    I wonder if she’s ever actually made a decision for herself since going the way of Xenu. Probably not.
    This sounds like just another money making scam.

  10. Marjalane says:

    She left out the part about the xenu minder that comes with every purchase of Organic Liaison. His job is to slap the unapproved food out of your mouth and then report you for additional auditing. This family is all kinds of creepy.

  11. Maritza says:

    She looks really great! They seem to be a happy loving family.

  12. says:

    I don’t remember seeing pictures of her being 39 lbs heavier… But then again I don’t remember ever seeing pictures of her pregnant.

  13. sapphire says:

    I don’t believe a damn thing this woman says-Koolaid Krazy. There are pics all over the web of her screaming at various Xenu protests. Hate is an unattractive look.

  14. Veruca says:

    “Kelly Preston loses 39 pounds, credits Kirstie Alley’s Xenu diet.” Of course she does.

    I never doubted that Kelly was pregnant — her arms got really flappy and you can still see the remnants here — however, I can’t say that their child came into this world in a ‘natural’ way. That has Xenu written all over it.

    If they weren’t so wealthy, they’d be pathetic.

  15. Julie says:

    They are pathetic to me whether they are wealthy or not. I have always found her so beautiful, but given the life she lives, what the hell does looks matter when the really important stuff gets ignored.

  16. clare says:

    She is crazy and gullible when it comes to her co$ beliefs. I remember years ago when she was gushing about the co$ and how during the purification rundown all her old sunburns came to the surface of her body and went away. To an intelligent person this would be referred to as the “niacin flush” anyone would get if there was too much of the vitamin in their system!

    I do wonder why these people who have private chefs to cook their every meal and only eat organic food would have so many problems with their weight.

    • Mata says:

      “To an intelligent person this would be referred to as the “niacin flush” anyone would get if there was too much of the vitamin in their system!”

      I’ve noticed that kind of thing anytime one of Xenu’s celebs open their mouths, too. Scientology definitely doesn’t look for the sharpest knives in the drawer.

      • Belle Epoch says:

        COULD NOT AGREE MORE. You have to be either terminally stupid or just plain crazy to believe in Scientology. L Ron Hubbard is not what you would call a spiritual person and his mashup of satanism, aliens, and pseudo-science is terrifying. (Read Inside Scientology – which had to be approved by their lawyers and STILL is mind blowing.)

        There might be a third option, for Katie Holmes: Greed. She thought marrying Tiny Tom would make her a mega-star (the smirk says it all). Now she’s surrounded by crazies and will never get out with her kid. She made a deal with the devil.

  17. dena says:

    Kirstie…lost a 100 pounds????


  18. ViloDeMenus says:

    Well since they are required by law to include the ingredients, and it’s all vitamins the lucky public can simply buy cost effective vitamins and not spend over $100 dollars for the cheap stuff CO$ is getting a cut of by way of Kristi Alley, and get this miraculous effect themselves. I don’t recommend holding your breath because she starved herself and exercised her butt off to lose this much weight so soon after giving birth, if indeedy she did give birth herself. Lucky woman to have a baby at nearly 50 and bounce back with just vitamins Bwhahahhahahaha! They must think the public are idiots. And his hair is real too! It’s the vitamins!!

  19. Newtsgal says:

    Sooooooo…….Kirstie helped unstrap a 39 pounds pillow?
    I had no idea pillows could weigh so much!

  20. Trashaddict says:

    I wouldn’t trust any shit I bought from CoS, I can imagine them sneaking thyroid hormone in the pills without labelling them. And I can’t believe I just altered the last sentence to calm the libel lawyers!
    So it’s either that, she was never pregnant, or the liposuction went very well.

  21. I still have sweets and really enjoy them Joe, but usually only on my birthday, or my son’s and granddaughter’s birthdays. No way I’m going to say no to a slice of birthday cake!