Janelle Brown, Kody’s ex-wife and one of the casts of the reality TV series, Sister Wives has started her personal weight loss business after achieving her weight reduction goals using Plexus products. “Janelle has lost a ton of weight. She does not look the same,” an insider disclosed to The U.S. Sun. “She’s half the size she was. Her numbers have completely changed. She’s got to be at least 100 pounds down.”
The mom of six has been a huge promoter of the slimming-down dietary supplement, Plexus for a while. She gushed about the product in an Instagram video. “Not only do these products target your gut health, healing you from the inside out,” she wrote in the caption. “But they also promote healthy weight loss along with mental clarity, hormone balance, improved immunity, skin and hair growth, as well as a faster metabolism and reduced sugar cravings.”
Janelle Brown will use her weight loss as leverage to make sales
Janelle now has a company, JANELLE BROWN PLEXUS LLC which is located in Coconino County, Arizona State. The reality TV star who has always been vocal about her weight loss journey is hopeful that her story will inspire people and drive sales for her new company. “This health journey I’ve been on has been incredible,” Janelle encouraged her fans. “The results weren’t overnight and I’m okay with that. It’s all about slow and steady that wins the race. 2023 is my year!”
Also, David Johnson, CEO of Strategic Vision PR Group, revealed to The U.S. Sun that Janelle’s partnership with other casts of the Sister Wives, Christine, and Meri Brown could boost their income. “Anywhere between $800K to $2 million a year.” He further detailed that they could earn more money through sponsorships, brand partnerships, and selling products.
‘Sister Wives’ co-star Janelle and Christine might be starting their show soon
Since their separation from Kody, Christine, and Janelle now own their Plexus businesses and the duo is teaming up to “build a financial empire together.”
“They’re gearing towards their own show. It would be more about female empowerment like ‘Life After Polygamy,” a source revealed to The U.S. Sun. “That’s the direction they’re going in.”