For those of us who saw reality TV star Tami Roman looking good in a red swimsuit less than 12 hours ago, on the September 30, 2013, edition of Basketball Wives, and promptly went to Google and Amazon to read reviews of NV Clinical, the "lose weight fast" pills and sprinkles to which the ex-wife of Kenny Anderson attributed her dramatic 185-pound to 155-pound weight loss, there's more to the story that this Cleveland Pop Culture Examiner discovered.
Tami looks great, and when she walked her 5-foot 9-inch body up those stairs to be confronted by Mrs. Marbury's "Where's my gift?" accusations, I could tell Roman was thinner. Not since the days of the "Real World," when Tami burst on the scene, showing us how she got her sew-in weave, and opened her soul regarding trying times like being homeless, sleeping in her car and terminating her pregnancy have we seen her looking this way.
Remember when Tami got her mouth wired shut so she wouldn't eat food? Not something I'd recommend, like the guy who urged her to carry wire cutters around with her in case she had to throw up, so she wouldn't choke to death on her own regurgitation.
Alas, Tami is looking good again, and while the sprinkles and pills may have helped to curb her appetite, the real proof is in the pudding on the NV Clinical's website disclaimer, where they admit: "Tami used NV Clinical and NV Clinical Sprinkles with a 1350-calorie per day diet for 15 weeks. Tami's results are not typical."
So there we go. Roman's weight loss was enough to help encourage me to open my neglected MyFitnessPal app on my iPhone and log my calories burned and consumed already today, October 1, 2013, a great day to start getting back to my 1,6000 calories per day eating plan, and watch those "178.8 lbs" notations on my calendar and such travel back downward to "148 lbs" in a healthy way.
Whether I'll try the NV Clinical remains to be seen.