Teddi Mellencamp of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" came under fire in recent weeks for pushing All In, a fitness program that reportedly advocated eating as few as 400 calories while doing up to an hour of cardio and checking in multiple times per day with an "accountability coach" who'd berate clients for eating more than what the plan allowed.
When screenshots of the program leaked, a scandal brewed on Instagram, with RHOBH fans accusing Teddi's diet plan of encouraging disordered eating. Teddi has denied any wrongdoing, but it all came to a head this week when she announced she'd no longer be returning to the Bravo show.
We spoke to Dr. Lauren Muhlheim of Eating Disorder Therapy LA about the intersection of celeb culture and disordered eating, and asked her once and for all: is there ANY celeb-endorsed diet worth following?
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Learn more about Dr. Lauren Muhlheim at https://www.eatingdisordertherapyla.com/
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