Britney Spears' Ex-Hubby Kevin Federline Sheds Pounds With Food Delivery Plan From Florida

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Kevin Federline's 15 minutes of fame hit the fan in 2008 when Britney Spears ditched him, provoked an ugly custody battle, and then shaved her head and fell off the deep end. The years since then have been especially rough for K-Fed as a tumor-like bulge of lard began growing where his waist should've been. Some blame cheetos, Federline blames depression.

After years of struggling with his weight, the bulge-o-lard is finally gone. Federline credits The Fresh Diet, a food delivery plan founded in South Florida.

See also: Fresh Diet Inc. Deliver Gourmet Meal Plans For Healthy Lifestyles

Following in the footsteps of other has-beens and neverwas, Federline squeezed that lard for all it was worth before he got rid of it. He appeared on reality TV shows Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, and Australian show Excess Baggage, where it was revealed that Federline drinks 24 cans of soda a day. After suffering "heat stress" and chest pains during filming in the scorching Australian summer, K-Fed (more like K-Well-Fed) retreated to L.A. and svelte girlfriend, former volleyballer Victoria Prince. They married this month.

Federline competes with his bride for compliments, Federline's wedding photos reveal a much slimmer version of himself --although he is wearing black. According to his verified Twitter account (they give anyone a blue checkmark these days) Federline claimed in July that he has lost 30 lbs. since Mother's Day, but that he still has "20 more to go to skinny vill."

Federline credits a gourmet food delivery service, The Fresh Diet, for his miraculous shrinking. Founded in South Florida in 2005, these folks hand deliver meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert) daily in insulated green bags. A step-up from your run-of-the-mill nutrisystem infomercial, the meals are cooked fresh daily by chefs in industrial kitchens. The company started with a kitchen in a non descript warehouse in Miami, but now has outposts all over the nation including L.A., New York City, and Washington D.C.

"Kevin has been on The Fresh Diet for months now and he is still continuing," Director of Marketing of The Fresh Diet Annette Hayun said. "He has a dramatic before and after and looks great!"

If you have unsightly weight you'd like to get removed, The Fresh Diet delivers daily to Miami, South and West Florida. Call 866-373-7450 or visit thefreshdiet.com.

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