Not all of our famous clients prefer to have their name associated with placentophagy, but fortunately some celebrity moms are very open to sharing their little “postpartum secret”. Check out these photos of famous placenta pills:
I had the pleasure of preparing the placenta of Holly Madison’s daughter in 2013. Holly was very warm and welcoming, and very excited to become a mother (in other words, just like all of my clients!).
I do love that she named her daughter Reign – my 2nd daughter is named Rayne. And I think that and the placenta capsules are the sum total of all the things Kourtney and I have in common!
The star of Mad Men was enthusiastic about her experience with placenta capsules after the birth of her son Xander in 2011. She told People.com, “It’s not witch-crafty or anything! I suggest it to all moms!” Thanks January!
Alicia decided to give the placenta capsules a try since they were given to her as a gift (and on that note, placenta encapsulation services are a wonderful gift to a new mom). She said “I’ve gotten to the point that my husband said, ‘Did you have your happy pills today?'” on Live! with Kelly and Michael. “And I was really sad when they were gone. It really helped me.”
Mayim is basically my celebrity crush, ever since becoming a mom and being so outspoken about her parenting beliefs. She’s a brilliant woman, and I have a lot of respect for her as an academic. It just so happens that placenta capsules are on her list of things she practiced. She wrote a note of support to both January Jones and Alicia Silverstone on her blog.
Other celebrity placentophagists:
* Gabby Hoffman (Girls)
* Kailyn Lowry (Teen Mom)
* Kim Zolciak (Real Housewives of Atlanta)
I’m grateful that these women are willing to spread the word about placenta encapsulation. When I started talking about it back in 2006, I had hoped it would become a mainstream practice. With the help from celebrities, and their wide audiences, the message can reach those mothers who may have never heard of it otherwise.