Janelle Brown credit this MLM’s merchandise for weight reduction

Janelle Brown changes her life. Not only has the Sister Wives star finally split from Kody Brown, but she’s also been spending her time focusing on her health. The TLC personality credits a specific product that is helping her on her weight loss and fitness journey: the Plexus Pink Drink.

‘Sister Wives’ star Janelle Brown is ‘ready’ for 2023

Janelle confirmed that she and Kody were no longer together on the December 11 episode of Sister Wives. The two were spiritually married for almost 30 years.

“Kody and I broke up,” she said. A few days later, she took to Instagram and made it clear that her focus was on moving forward, not looking back.

“I’m ready for you 2023! This health journey I’ve been on has been amazing,” she wrote. “The results didn’t come overnight and I’m OK with that. It’s all about slowly and steadily winning the race. 2023 is my year! If you want to go on this journey WITH me, let’s do it!”

Janelle Brown Says Plexus Helped Her Weight Loss

Janelle Brown on ‘Sister Wives’ | TLC via YouTube

So what’s Janelle’s secret? She credits Plexus with her transformation, specifically the famous “pink drink”.

“Every weight loss journey looks different,” she shared on Instagram in July 2022, along with before and after photos highlighting her weight loss. “I’ve said before that I’m always hesitant to share my progress publicly because, let’s face it, there are always naysayers in the crowd. Over the past year, however, I’ve not only increased my strength, I’ve lost weight and inches in my own unique way. Plexus was the magic I would have wished for years ago. I never thought I could feel as good as I did at 18 and finally feel like I was on my way to my ultimate health goals.”

Plexus is a multi-level marketing company that sells a variety of dietary supplements and other wellness products. Its signature product is Plexus Slim Hunger Control, a powdered dietary supplement designed to help people lose weight.

Janelle is one of Plexus’ “brand ambassadors” – people who sell the company’s products. In fact, she’s one of Plexus’ top ambassadors — along with her colleague Christine Brown — according to the company’s website.

Like Janelle, Christine was effusive in her praise of Plexus.

“I like to think of these products as boosters and erasers,” she shared on Instagram on Dec. 7 with So Much More. I dance like nobody’s looking because…”

Plexus isn’t the only MLM the ‘Sister Wives’ cast is involved with

Plexus is an MLM that supplies its products to customers through direct sales. Sellers like Christine and Janelle make money when people buy products directly from them. But they also make money from their downline – the people below them in the organization who recruited them to join the company.

MLMs are fairly common, if controversial, and critics liken them to Ponzi schemes. While they sound like a good deal, many people who sign up as sellers make little to no money. Some end up losing money because they buy so much product themselves. Despite this, they remain popular, even with the cast of Sisters Wives. In fact, Plexus isn’t even the first MLM the stars of the show have been involved in.

Sister Wives star Meri Brown is a top consultant at LuLaRoe, a clothing company that has generated a mountain of negative publicity over the years. Christine has also promoted makeup from Younique, another MLM, on her social media.

Some people have criticized the TLC stars’ involvement in MLMs. But that doesn’t seem to stop her from selling various products. In May, Meri even clapped back after one person called LuLaRoe a pyramid scheme.

“Fun fact, a pyramid scheme is when you pay money and get nothing in return,” she wrote on Instagram (via The Sun). “But at LuLaRoe you actually get something in return, and that’s called super cute clothes!

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