Rachel Ray: Weight Gain and Diet

by Dr Marc on July 30, 2007

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It’s time for Rachel Ray to go easy on the EVOO! As predicted, it didn’t take long to hear that Rachel Ray’s weight gain has motivated her to start a diet.  The Food Network star with the mega-watt energizer bunny personality has steadily been gaining weight and now tips the scale at 155 lbs according to Star Magazine.

Allegedly Rachel is not happy about her recent weight gain telling a source:

“She  told me, I can’t believe how heavy I look.  She’s always been proud of her backside, but she said her arms look flabby and her legs looked like tree stumps!”

Rachel Ray: Diet Plan
Rachel’s plan is to lose 15 lbs before she starts re-shooting her Rachel Ray Show in late August, and another 15 lbs by October.

“She’s trying out recipes that keep calories in mind.  She’s been cutting way down on fat and carbs.  She’s fashioning her own diet and taking notes to see what’s working, so she can pass it along on her show.”

Celebrity Diet Doctor Weigh in
Her love of calorie-laden comfort foods and her slowing metabolism have finally caught up with her. Notorious for not dieting and never making it to the gym, Rachel has come to the realization she’s gonna start looking like Paula Deen if she doesn’t make some serious changes in her diet.  Stay tuned for some healthier and more calorie-friendly recipes on her show this fall.  Btw, Rachel you can start your diet by ditching the Dunkin Donuts iced coffee in your hand!

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