Kelly Clarkson reveals she used diabetes medication to lose weight

Kelly Clarkson reveals she used diabetes medication to lose weight
Kelly Clarkson reveals she used diabetes medication to lose weight

“I lost a lot of weight,” Kelly Clarkson confided to host Whoopi Goldberg Monday, May 13 on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” But contrary to what many have said, she denies having taken Ozempic, this antidiabetic drug known for its appetite suppressant properties and misused to lose weight.

“Everyone thinks it’s the Ozempic. This is not the case. It’s something else that helps break down sugar, because my body doesn’t do it properly,” explains the American singer without giving the name of the exact medication she took.

“My blood tests were very bad”

The “Because of you” and “Stronger” singer adds that she has been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. “I ended up having to take action because my blood tests were so bad,” she explains.

The weight of the singer, who measures 1m61, has increased to 92 kg. When she sees images of herself at that time, the mother says she doesn’t recognize herself. And adds: “It’s funny because people say to themselves: Oh, she must have been unhappy or depressed or something, and in fact I wasn’t at all. »

In addition to taking medication, the singer also claims to have changed her eating habits, on the orders of her doctor, and to practice physical activity.

Whoopi Goldberg, who has also lost a lot of weight in recent years, explained that she used the drug Mounjaro to lose weight, recalls Page Six. This medication is intended for people with obesity and is used to treat type 2 diabetes in the United States. Like Ozempic, it acts on the hormones responsible for satiety and can be used by people wishing to lose weight, without having health problems. On the other hand, it has fewer side effects, particularly on cardiovascular risk.

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