Kelly Clarkson Reveals She Used Weight-Loss Medication But Not Ozempic

Kelly Clarkson finally revealed that she used medication prescribed by a doctor to reduce weight, but it wasn't that famous Ozempic drug.

American singer and host Kelly Clarkson has been in talks since she lost weight last year. Her weight-loss journey was an inspiration for her many followers. But at the same time, many were skeptical about her using some drugs for her weight-loss journey. Whereas she never accepted those allegations, saying she didn’t use the famous Ozempic to reduce weight. But now the singer has revealed that she was intaking drugs to lose weight. Yes, Kelly was using some weight-loss medication.

Kelly lost some 40 pounds weight i.e. nearly 18 kg. She even shared her weight loss tips in one of the episodes of her show, The Kelly Clarkson Show. Cutting off sugar and carbs was a prominent step in her diet. On a recent episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show with Whoopi Goldberg, she talked about the rumor of using Ozempic. She said that it wasn’t Ozempic, but it was some drug prescribed by her doctor. The Piece by Piece singer disclosed, “My doctor chased me for two years, and I was like, ‘No, I’m afraid of it. I already have thyroid problems. Everybody thinks it’s Ozempic, but it’s not. It’s something else.”

Kelly was consuming that specific drug prescribed by a doctor to effectively digest the sugar in her blood. Whereas, Ozempic, a popular diabetes drug, regulates the hunger hormones in the brain. She said, “I don’t take Ozempic.” And her medication was approved by the Food and Drug Administration for type 2 diabetes.

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