Kevin James Weight Loss Kale Shake

July 15, 2012

Ever since I heard about Kevin James losing 80+ lbs, I’ve been searching all over the place to see how he did it. As you’ve probably noticed, there is not much written about this!

I’m a regular Joe Rogan Podcast listener & after hours of listening, I’ve come up with all the info I can find. Joe brings up the topic randomly in many of his episodes.

How Kevin James lost weight:

1. Joe Rogan & Kevin James became friends during their movie shoot for Zookeeper.
2. Kevin James hired a nutritionist (Kimberly Snyder) to help him lose weight.
3. He drank a kale shake every morning (more on this below) as his breakfast.
4. He also became a vegetarian during this period.
5. Had a personal chef prepare all meals & snacks.
5. He worked out.

What’s in the kale shake?

1. Ingredients: kale, cucumber, celery, ginger & pear. (Please also add a base of water & optionally ice cubes – otherwise you’ll just get mulch – the mistake I made!). Organic vegetables preferred for more nutrition + avoid pesticides.

2. Since then, Joe Rogan also started drinking the shake regularly every morning because it makes him feel good, gets all the nutrients and also keeps his intestines regular.

3. Shake doesn’t taste particularly good but makes him feel amazing.

4. Joe uses a Vitamix 2-speed blender: it’s heavy duty, blends anything & is easy to clean.

Here’s a video of Joe making his shake:

Fast forward to 10:25

Here’s Vince Vaughn talking about Kevin James & nutritionist Kimberly Snyder:

Lastly, Kevin talking about reaching 302lbs:

DBo October 13, 2012 at 7:57 am

funny how Joe is showing how he takes all those healthy supplements and mixes a green shake and says that when he is home, he can eat clean, but if you look in his fridge behind him, there is a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. LOL. Last time I checked, fried chicken wasn’t on the list of eating healthy.

Lose it September 10, 2014 at 12:19 pm

It’s most likely for the kid in the background or it could be the grilled KFC chicken. You can’t just assume