Nevertheless, Golnesa is not the one celeb within the Bravo-verse to talk about Ozempic, as 4 months earlier, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards denied claims that she was additionally taking the drug.
The Halloween Ends actress responded to 1 person beneath a Jan. 5 Instagram image of herself and her girlfriends—together with former Actual Housewife Teddi Mellencamp—after a exercise, writing, “I’m NOT on ozempic.”
In a second remark, Kyle mentioned, “By no means have been.”
As an alternative, the fact star credit a lean diet and intense workout routine for her physique modifications.
“Like I mentioned, not Ozempic or that different one which begins with an ‘M,'” Kyle shared throughout an Amazon Reside in January. “I modified my consuming after we had been in Europe for a month. We had been in Europe for 3 weeks after which Australia for per week, and I had gained weight, and I used to be like, ‘Okay, that is it.’ No sugar, no carbs, no alcohol.”
When E! Information beforehand reached out for remark, a rep for Novo Nordisk shared that Ozempic is “not accepted for power weight administration.” The model’s assertion mentioned it is supposed to deal with kind 2 diabetes, enhance blood sugar and cut back the danger of main cardiovascular occasions for adults with the situation.
(E! and Bravo are each a part of the NBCUniversal household.)