Kelly Clarkson Opens Up About Using Weight-Loss Medication

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Kelly Clarkson recently revealed she used a prescription medication to aid her weight loss journey, alongside previously mentioned changes to her diet and exercise routine.

During a chat with Whoopi Goldberg on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” the singer discussed her experience with weight-loss medication. While Goldberg previously spoke about using Mounjaro, a medication for type 2 diabetes, to lose weight, Clarkson clarified she used a different one altogether.

She explained her decision came after concerns about bloodwork results prompted a doctor’s recommendation. 

“I’ve lost a lot of weight as well,” she said on the show. “Mine is a different one than people assume, but I ended up having to do that, too, because my blood work got so bad.” 

This clarifies that Clarkson’s weight loss journey wasn’t solely a matter of personal preference. But also a decision made in consultation with a medical professional to address health concerns.

Kelly Clarkson’s Gradual Weight Loss and Misconceptions

Still, on her weight loss journey, Clarkson revealed her heaviest weight was 203 pounds. She stressed that weight loss was not only about getting a better look for her. 

“People assume, ‘Oh, she must have been miserable and depressed or whatever,’” she said. “And I was like, ‘No, I was not.” She and Goldberg agreed that the weight loss process was gradual, and eliminated any misconceptions that crash diets or quick fixes could work.

Meanwhile, reports show that Clarkson has lost about 60 pounds which is a big change achieved by hard work. At first, Clarkson said it was the doctor’s advice to lose the extra weight and also her focus on diet and exercise.

She mentioned a protein diet that worked great for her and how she went to Manhattan, where she became physically active.

Clarkson also said she added artificially lit saunas and dipping in the cold to her schedule. Now that she is open about her weight loss journey, fans are beginning to appreciate her more.

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