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Elizabeth Hurley to launch line of baby food

08/22/2005 at 05:56 AM ET

by auditioning contributor Kirrily

British model Elizabeth Hurley is going to lauch a range of organic baby food. Elizabeth, 40, has one son, Damian, who is three. She is reported as saying, "I found all I wanted to do was give Damian perfect, unadulterated food.  It would be wonderful to come up with good, maybe even convenience food which is really healthy, low-calorie, organic and delicious."

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Shelley E. on

Silly idea. Low-calorie baby food? Kids need calories to grow… they need fat to grow. Figures since this is coming from a woman who admitted to nearly starving herself to get rid of the baby fat after she gave birth.

Failissë on

Didn’t she admit to just eating only a serving of brown rice to quickly lose the baby weight? She should focus on a better idea. I know ! Why doesn’t she feed the poor indian children just normal food ? It certainly will help her get along better with the inlaws.

Corriev on

Lets hope she consults with a doctor or nutritionist before launching low calorie baby food…babies need fat and calories, just from good sources.

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