Vanderpump rules alum Stassi Schroeder admitted she plans to try taking Ozempic after giving birth to her second child.
The former reality star, 34, recently appeared in Alex Coopers Call her dad podcast, where she spoke candidly about wanting to take the type 2 diabetes drug that was often prescribed as an off-label weight-loss drug.
Oh, my god, I really want to try this when I give birth, the Basic next level the author told Cooper during Wednesday’s episode of the podcast. The amount of times I’ve studied this being like, I mean, I think it’s safe and healthy. Like, I think it’s good for you. It’s like taking vitamins.
THE Call her dad the host told listeners that nothing said in this podcast should be taken as serious medical advice, as she jokingly added: please don’t listen to this.
Schroeder went on to explain why she’s curious about taking the once-a-week injection of semaglutide, which works by mimicking a hormone that regulates appetite and creates feelings of fullness once it welcomes baby number two.
[After] my first pregnancy, I ate bone broth for dinner for six fucking months after giving birth, and I don’t feel like doing it again. Like, I don’t want to, she said. THE Out with my head the author shares two-year-old daughter Hartford with husband Beau Clark. In March, Schroeder announced that the couple were expecting a baby in September.
Just like Amy Schumer, Schroeder also urged other celebrities to be transparent and honest about some of their weight-loss methods. Anyone hearing about Ozempic must be fucking curious, she said on the podcast. You’re a liar if you tell me you didn’t think, thought about jumping on that train.
I googled Ozempic and what would it look like, and am thinking about it? Yes I am.
This week, actor and comedian Amy Schumer admitted that she took Ozempic last year to help with weight loss. However, Schumer stopped taking the FDA-approved drug due to its side effects. “I was one of those people who felt so sick and couldn’t play with my son,” Schumer told presenter Andy Cohen See what happens live. I was so skinny and he is throwing me a ball and [I couldnt].
although the Train disaster star finally decided Ozempic wasn’t livable for her, she took a moment to call out celebrities who lied about taking the once-a-week anti-diabetic shot for weight loss.
Everyone likes it: smaller portions, she joked. Shut the fuck up. You’re on Ozempic, or one of those things.
Use of Ozempic skyrocketed after people were prescribed the type 2 diabetes drug as an off-label weight-loss drug. Due to its weight-loss side effects, increased demand has sparked a global shortage of Ozempic, leaving actual diabetics without the drug.
While Ozempic is used to treat diabetes, popular drugs like Wegovy and Moujaro are similar once-a-week semaglutide injections specifically approved for the treatment of obesity and weight loss.
Last month, the former Stassi Schroeders Vanderpump rules co-star Brittany Cartwright has shut down speculation that she lost weight by taking Ozempic. Fans began speculating that Cartwright was using the type 2 diabetes drug after he shared a selfie with his 1.6 million Instagram followers, in which the reality star posed in front of a mirror wearing cycling shorts. and a baggy shirt.
Totally ozempico, said one person, while others remarked that Cartwright appeared to have lost weight.
Cartwright then addressed the rumors head-on, clarifying that the reason she might look thinner is due to the camera setting on the iPhone she used to take the photo.
It’s actually the .5 zoom on the iPhone camera lol, she wrote in the comments.
Personality colleague Bravo and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Crystal Kung Minkoff also said that although she hasn’t taken the drug, she was tempted and thought about it.
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