Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi explains why she doesn’t “hide” with Ozempic

However, Golnesa isn’t the only Bravo-verse celeb to talk about Ozempic, as four months earlier, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards denied claims that she was also taking the drug.

THE Halloween ends the actress replied to a user under a January 5 Instagram photo of herself and her girlfriends, including the former Real Housewife Teddi Mellencamp– after a workout, writing “I’m NOT on ozempic”.

In a second comment, Kyle said, “I’ve never been there.”

Instead, the reality star credits a lean diet and intense workout routine to the changes in her body.

“Like I said, not Ozempic or that one that starts with an ‘M’,” Kyle shared during an Amazon Live in January. “I changed my diet after being in Europe for a month. We were in Europe for three weeks, then in Australia for a week, and I had put on weight, and I was like, ‘Okay, this ‘is all.’ No sugar, no carbs, no alcohol.”

When E! News previously asked for comment, a representative for Novo Nordisk said Ozempic is “not approved for chronic weight management.” The brand statement states that it is intended to treat type 2 diabetes, improve blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events for adults with the disease.

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)


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