Gross Chantal Sarault / Foodie Beauty - Makes Mukbang Videos for a Living, Canadian Amberlynn Reid

Dutch Courage

Curious Onlooker
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Her car needs work already, go figure. Timing belt issues are not necessarily an "easy fix" like she's talking about. She probably paid about $4-6K for that car and she'd going to need to put about 2K-3K into it just to keep it running over the next couple years. I'd assume that the brakes, tires, and suspension are all in need of replacement at the usual 80-100K mile mark. That is also usually the time when the water pump, serpentine belt and thermometer will need to be serviced as well.

Far from a car expert but as someone that has owned one past 100K miles that's the sort of maintenance that you can expect.
Yeah, her spiel about her health yesterday raised so many questions the bit about the car seemed to slip past mostly unnoticed.

I still can't figure out what is going on. She claims she sold her last car, which she was still upside-down on. What happened to the money she owed on it? Did somebody pay it? Where did she get the money for this car? A 2016 vehicle is unlikely to already have 100K miles on it (but not impossible); 45k-60K would be considered "normal usage" assuming it was originally sold in 2015. If she has more miles on it than that, then the last owner drove the thing into the ground. KIAs are not known for reliability; I wouldn't pay much more than $2K for one with over 80k miles on it, if that. Actually, I wouldn't recommend buying a KIA at all.

She makes it sound like she bought it from a dealer, but a dealer would not let a car be sold with a check engine light on. They would fix it first. So, as usual, she is lying about multiple things in regards to her stupid car. I am happy it is giving her trouble though. It seems to me she would have been far better off keeping her old Toyota and just fixing what was wrong with it (even a rebuilt engine would probably be cheaper than buying a new used car with a check engine light on)

Fixing a timing belt usually means taking the engine out. That costs money.
 

thejackal

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Yeah, her spiel about her health yesterday raised so many questions the bit about the car seemed to slip past mostly unnoticed.

I still can't figure out what is going on. She claims she sold her last car, which she was still upside-down on. What happened to the money she owed on it? Did somebody pay it? Where did she get the money for this car? A 2016 vehicle is unlikely to already have 100K miles on it (but not impossible); 45k-60K would be considered "normal usage" assuming it was originally sold in 2015. If she has more miles on it than that, then the last owner drove the thing into the ground. KIAs are not known for reliability; I wouldn't pay much more than $2K for one with over 80k miles on it, if that. Actually, I wouldn't recommend buying a KIA at all.

She makes it sound like she bought it from a dealer, but a dealer would not let a car be sold with a check engine light on. They would fix it first. So, as usual, she is lying about multiple things in regards to her stupid car. I am happy it is giving her trouble though. It seems to me she would have been far better off keeping her old Toyota and just fixing what was wrong with it (even a rebuilt engine would probably be cheaper than buying a new used car with a check engine light on)

Fixing a timing belt usually means taking the engine out. That costs money.
Pretty much. I find it hilarious that both AL/Necky and Chantal both bought cars that were likely fleet vehicles. They fall for every diet "shortcut" and think they can easy life it to 200lbs of weight loss so why wouldn't they think a car that is only 3 years old and costs $6K or so a great deal? Nothing is ever "too good to be true" to these fools and their understanding of almost everything is wading pool shallow.
 

PerkChop

Manah-manah
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I call BS.
BS & lies.
Chantal has high triglycerides, & she must have high blood pressure, & now has high blood sugar, & too much fat around the waist (that is what causes a lot of this) & the doctor's big idea is to put her on Lexapro?
Where do she & Amber find these quacks?
At a minimum, the doctor would prescribe a cholesterol drug. Pre-diabetic & high LDL & no meds? C'mon.
And pre-diabetic, yet telling her fruit is OK? Sugar filled fruit. Sure Jan.
Telling Chantal to eat "whole foods" in her head translates into a 'whole' Whopper. Who is she kidding?
Either she is leaving out the medications prescribed (which is fine, if she only said she wished to keep it private) & in denial of how serious her tests were, or it's all a lie.
No competent doctor can see a 400 pound whale who is pre diabetic, with high LDL & BP, who mainly sits in her car, then tells her to eat 'whole foods.'

I expect excuses & weight gain for Spring. Just like always.
Chantal lies.
This all assumes she actually went to a doctor, which I'm highly suspicious of...
 

fatfuck

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keto would actually hold her accountable even if she lied to the camera. if she somehow managed to eat clean for a few days to reach keto flu and pushed through it, she would then have to be super strict about her carb intake or she'd be back to where she started and had to deal with the flu again. you have to be in ketosis for like 5 months at least before the whole transition process becomes quicker and before you can safely up the carbs by 10-20g. there is no way she has the willpower or dedication to do this. this is chantal we're talking about.

it was probably just a routine blood work and they gave her a quick summary of what's good and bad and some tips. she then proceeded to do her own "research" at home and made up more bullshit like always. let's not forget that she detoxed for less so if it were something serious she'd be detoxing again.

summer is fast approaching so she has to do something fast if she wants to buy those cute dresses and parade in them around town like she planned at the start of the year. then there's also her trip to jamaica and her plan to only occupy a single airplane seat.
 

sixcarbchiligorl

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This video is more clips from yesterday. Strangely at 1:15 she claims she went to the gym. In her other video from yesterday she claims she took the day off from the gym. So it looks like another lie. She also clearly doesn't feel well, is tired, and complaining while waiting outside the doctor's office. Obviously feeling those things after taking the SSRI had nothing to do with the pill.

In this video she admits her blood pressure "was a little high." She conveniently left that out completely in yesterday's video where she talked about the other test results. She mentions being worried about HIDDEN FATS in going out to eat pizza weekly with Peetz.
 

Dutch Courage

Curious Onlooker
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This video is more clips from yesterday. Strangely at 1:15 she claims she went to the gym. In her other video from yesterday she claims she took the day off from the gym. So it looks like another lie. She also clearly doesn't feel well, is tired, and complaining while waiting outside the doctor's office. Obviously feeling those things after taking the SSRI had nothing to do with the pill.

In this video she admits her blood pressure "was a little high." She conveniently left that out completely in yesterday's video where she talked about the other test results. She mentions being worried about HIDDEN FATS in going out to eat pizza weekly with Peetz.

Lol at when she says "I'm a hamster in a wheel at this point" No, fatso, if you were a hamster in a wheel, you'd lose weight. You are more like a turtle on its back, or a pig in a poke or something....
 

AbraCadaver

Member of the SUIT YOURSELF Army
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I can't believe they went to two different restaurants on the same day. I understand if y'all are on some vacation somewhere, but not just out for the day with "friends".

I wonder who paid for both of their meals?
Chantal’s overburdened credit card, which will pay itself off at the end of the year when she loses all that weight and gets a million viewers and success-story sponsorships.
 

ThisWillBeFun

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This video is more clips from yesterday. Strangely at 1:15 she claims she went to the gym. In her other video from yesterday she claims she took the day off from the gym. So it looks like another lie. She also clearly doesn't feel well, is tired, and complaining while waiting outside the doctor's office. Obviously feeling those things after taking the SSRI had nothing to do with the pill.

In this video she admits her blood pressure "was a little high." She conveniently left that out completely in yesterday's video where she talked about the other test results. She mentions being worried about HIDDEN FATS in going out to eat pizza weekly with Peetz.
She was so out of breath after the doctor appt., I thought she was going to pass out. Everything is tomorrow with her. She just came from a bad report from the doctor who told her to eat "whole foods" -so she orders that same chicken as the last time she began a diet, covered with a salty gravy & enough on the plate for 2?
The 'I can eat 2 heads of broccoli' Queen stuffed herself with fat, carbs & salt -for 1 meal.
She also looks enormous. Fatter than ever.
I was amazed that she was sitting in her car awaiting results, but focusing on what she was going to eat. It's food 24/7 with her.
Then she gets bad news & proceeds to eat as if nothing happened.

Are doctors in Canada less likely to prescribe medication than those in the US? I just can't believe this 400 pound woman isn't on BP & cholesterol meds & didn't walk out of the office with a detailed plan on what to eat (and what to avoid) when pre diabetic. One more 6.1-6.5 a1c test in the same range means diabetes. She seems oblivious to what this means.

But, since Chantal lies, perhaps the doctor has prescribed meds & warned her of the next test. Maybe she thinks if she wishes it away, her bad health will just disappear.
After all, she believes a 3 day water fast cures fast food cravings.

And, if she really is going to the gym, my eyes must just be bad, as I see zero progress.
Now we wait. Will she take her health seriously, or push everything till tomorrow?
March is interesting so far.
 

weaselhat

donut weez
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SSRIs are a pain in the ass, but when they work they literally are a life saver. Starting them takes patience and perseverance. They do have side effects but when one doesn’t work, there are others available to try. The downside of these meds is you cannot quit taking them suddenly. You have to taper off of them slowly. You also need to take them at the same time every day. I’m convinced Chantal wants to be a miserable cow so if she is not lying she will quit taking them regardless.
 

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