Why I Said YES to
Khloe Kardashian’s
Bold New TV Show
From Celebrity Nutritionist &
Bestselling Author Cynthia Pasquella

eight loss has never been about food.

And it never will be.

A few months ago, my client Khloe Kardashian reached out to me about a new TV show she was hosting called Revenge Body.

With a title like that, I wasn’t so sure I wanted to be a part of it.

You see, I believe that creating the body and life of your dreams starts with letting go of the need to be who you think others want you to be and FINALLY embracing who you really are!

But then, Khloe told me about Jill.

Jill was one of the women who came on the show looking to lose weight.

She was sexually assaulted when she was in college and started using food to numb herself just so she could get through the day.

Having been through a personal history of sexual abuse, weight gain, depression and the struggle to heal my body and heart, I knew this was a project I couldn’t turn down.

Now, you might have some preconceived notions about Khloe Kardashian. Most people see her as someone who is famous for being famous.

But at her core, she’s a dedicated and savvy entrepreneur with a heart of gold and a desire
to truly change the world and the way women look at their bodies.

Working with her on this inspiring show and making a difference for my new client, Jill, was so rewarding!

After the episode aired, I received an outpour of emails from women all over the globe who said they’ve experienced similar challenges and traumas.

It was a powerful reminder to me that we’re not alone.

YOU are not alone.

No matter what you’re going through, please know that there are amazing women out there who can support you. I know this Divine Living community is full of them!

I’ve also noticed one major difference between those of us who have begun to heal and accomplish our goals and those who are still stuck in the struggle.


The thing that made Jill’s transformation possible is that she was ready and willing.

You must make the commitment to fully transform – giving everything and holding nothing back – if you’re looking for the kind of results Jill had.

She came in broken and afraid. But she was also willing to face that fear.

A Course In Miracles says, “All healing is essentially the release of fear,” and I believe that to be true.

We’re most comfortable when life is predictable, routine and certain.

But we can’t keep doing the same things and expecting different results.

The pain for Jill of staying the same greatly outweighed the pain of her fear.

It’s about being ready, committed and continuing to move forward, sideways and sometimes even backward. You’ve got to keep moving even when the road ahead is unclear.

It’s about feeling the bumps, driving around the potholes, rolling the boulders out of the road AND implementing those lessons you’re learning as you keep moving toward getting the body (and life) you’ve always wanted.

So stop making excuses.

Stop making the same choices because they’re easy.

Stop doing things because they’re comfortable.

You can choose to be comfortable and stay exactly the person you are now.

Or, like Jill, you can choose to have courage and persistence, and to work toward healing and being the person you want to become.

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