Kyle Richards Discloses Weight Loss Secrets After Refuting Ozempic Rumors
Celebrity Kyle Richards has made headlines recently for her impressive weight loss. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has always been open about her fitness journey, and this time is no different. Since starting her journey, she has lost incredible weight in a brief period. In addition to her physical transformation, Kyle has also changed her diet and exercise regimen. In this article, we will explore Kyle Richard’s weight loss journey and discuss the methods she used to achieve success. We’ll also look into her diet and exercise routine and other lifestyle changes she made along the way.
About Kyle Richards
Kyle Egan Richards Umansky (born January 11, 1969) is an actress, socialite, and television personality from the United States. She has been a leading cast member on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills since 2010, and as of 2022, she is the only remaining original cast member.
She began her career as a child actress, appearing on Little House on the Prairie and in several adventure and horror films, including Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive (1976), The Car (1977), and Walt Disney’s The Watcher in the Woods (1980), as well as portraying Lindsey Wallace in John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) and later Halloween Kills (2021) and its sequel, Halloween Ends (2022). . In 2017, she competed for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles on The New Celebrity Apprentice, also known as The Celebrity Apprentice 8.
Kyle Richards Discusses Her Weight Loss Journey
After posting multiple bikini photos recently, Kyle Richards has devoted much time to refuting rumors regarding her weight loss. First, a cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills denied using Ozempic (or Mounjaro). She denied claims that she had a tummy tuck days later.
Following rumors that she used Ozempic to lose weight, Kyle Richards revealed that diet and exercise were responsible for her success.
“After gaining weight during the summer — on July 15 — after getting off the boat, I said, ‘That is it. I’m not having any sugar, any carbs, any alcohol,'” the actress, 54, told fellow “Housewives” Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge on Monday’s episode of “Two Ts In A Pod.”
“A lot of people think I’ve been taking Ozempic. To clarify, I’ve never taken Ozempic,” Richards clarified, referring to the diabetes medication commonly used to lose weight. In addition, she stated that she was not taking Mounjaro, a similar diabetes medication used for weight loss, or “any of the shots” such as Wegovy or Saxenda.
Regarding her sudden physical transformation, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star explained that she would only abstain from sugar, carbohydrates, and alcohol for “maybe two or three weeks” Upon realizing the benefits of her new lifestyle, she changed her mind.
“I started losing weight, and I felt so good. I was like, ‘why would I go back to that?’ Richards shared. “So I still have not had alcohol at all, and you know, I’ll have a bite of birthday cake here and there, but that’s it.”
In response to rumors that she had undergone weight-loss surgery, the “Halloween Ends” actress clarified that she had only undergone breast reduction surgery.
“I had a breast reduction. I wanted a tummy tuck because of the skin from having four babies, the excess skin, Because no matter how much you workout, you always will have that skin if it’s not taken away.”
Kyle Richards Criticizes ‘Frustrating’ Rumors About The Olympics: This Is Offensive To Me
Kyle Richards has issued a second denial regarding Ozempic, calling rumors that she uses the diabetes-turned-weight-loss medication “frustrating.” The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star told Page Six that she was “surprised” by the rumors. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star stated that,
“I had never heard of it. I had heard of it when they accused me, but I’d already lost weight when I heard about Ozempic, so it was frustrating to be explained. What I want to avoid getting lost in this is that I want to be able to inspire people. I stopped drinking almost seven months ago. I don’t eat bad, sugar, pizza, donuts, carbs … so I’d rather be inspiring than people making up stories about me.”
Richards stated, “I’ve never tried Ozempic, none of those diet drugs, and now hearing that diabetics can’t even get their hands on it, it would be extremely irresponsible to do that, so it’s extra offensive to me.”
The actress first clapped back at rumors last month, telling an Instagram hater that she has “never” tried Ozempic. She continued stating that,
“This is not from plastic surgery; I’m honest about what I do. But if giving plastic surgery credit makes you feel better, then pop off.”