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“For me, it was like taking a megadose of iron, except in this case, the iron was generated by me, in my very own miraculous human body! What could be better?”


Not Ready to Say Goodbye!!!!!

“Last day of placenta pills,” posted the Twilight actress, Nikki Reed, captioning a photo of herself appearing to look upset about her nearly empty jar. “Not ready to say goodbye!!!!!”



Celebrities Who Ate Their Placenta & Are Happy To Admit It

“If you’re like me, though, the idea of eating a part of your own body sounds more like a scene out of Saw than anything else. Yet, as with most things, there’s really no right or wrong way to go about dealing with your placenta.

The moms I’ve spoken with who chose to consume their placenta — from encapsulating it in pill form to making it into a smoothie and even eating it on a pizza — all swear by eating the placenta for the potential benefits of improving their mood, regulating hormones, and even having more energy”

Here are 11 celebrities who ate their placenta & are happy to admit it…



Tangy Tart Hot & Sweet

“If our own body can heal itself and it (eating your placenta) can help you and there is this way to do it and it’s not like frying it up, like, liver and onions, then why not?”



Smooth Talking

Placenta, placenta, placenta. Just eat it up, and it does a girl good!” Hoffmann noted that it boosted her energy and milk supply. She said that getting those nutrients from the birth organ was easy: “You don’t taste it – I made smoothies out of it for three weeks. I had a home birth, so my midwife and my doula took it and cut it up into 20 pieces and froze it, and every day, I put it in a blender with strawberries, blueberries, guava juice and a banana, and I drank it up.”



(Another) Kardashian Plan

Kourtney Kardashian: Yummy…PLACENTA pills! No joke…I will be sad when my placenta pills run out. They are life changing! #benefits #lookitup



Wrestle Mania

This former wrestling star plans to take a special supplement after she gives birth next month – a pill made from her placenta. Keibler is amongst a growing number of women who are returning to the ancient practice of consuming the placenta, the organ which nourishes the fetus during pregnancy. Most other mammals eat the placenta immediately after birth, as do many women in some Asian and African cultures. Some believe that consuming the placenta can ward off postpartum depression, boost energy and speed healing. While some women cook and eat the organ or blend it into smoothies, Keibler plans follow a more popular route of ingesting pills made from the dehydrated placenta.



Happy Pills

“Someone gifted me my placenta in the form of a pill,” she said. “They encapsulate it. I thought that’s harmless. I’ll try it. And I have to tell you that I really loved it.”

“I’ve got to the point that my husband said ‘Did you have your happy pills today?” Silverstone said. “And I was really sad when they were gone. It really helped me.”



Kardashian Plan

Placentas might not ward off evil spirits or restore women’s looks, but recent research suggests they do play an important role in producing a healthy child. Last month, British doctors recommended midwives wait longer to cut the umbilical cord, to give the baby more time to take in the nutrients in the placenta. In her quest to retain her youthful glow, Kim may have incidentally hit on something real.




This bunny-mummy is encapsulating because it is said to help new moms nourish their bodies after childbirth & potentially curb a postpartum depression. “I heard it helps women recover faster and I want to recover as quickly as I can!”