Sharon Osbourne recently showed off her dramatic weight loss – and now the reality star has revealed she doesn’t eat ‘at least’ three days a week.
The 70-year-old lost more than 28 pounds after controversial use slimming drug Ozempic to achieve her new figure.
But she provides insight into her current eating habits during a quirky conversation about Doomsday in preparation The Osbournes PodcastSharon admitted that she also goes days without eating.
In a clip shared exclusively with DailyMail.com, the former X Factor judge and her children Kelly, 38, and Jack, 37, discussed with guest star Jason Kennedy how quickly the world could descend into chaos if people don’t eat nine meals in would eat once. queue.
Sharon Osbourne, 70, claims she doesn’t eat three days a week
The TV star, 70, showed off her dramatic weight loss while shopping in Mayfair, London, on Wednesday
The mother-of-three looked effortlessly chic in a black blazer with gold detailing, teamed with matching trousers and heels
Jack explained, “If you have something someone wants, they’ll kill you for it. Do you know how far we are as a society from total collapse? Nine meals.
“If you break it down, you’re nine meals away from complete and total breakdown.” That’s three days of breakfast, lunch and dinner. That disappears for people, they don’t eat for three days, they kill each other, their neighbors, everything.’
Sharon then replied, “God, I do that every week. At least three days without food.’
“It’s called intermittent fasting,” Kennedy replied.
Research on the health benefits of intermittent fasting (eating within a set time frame) has piled up, and experts including Megan Ramos and Dr. Fung, have touted its benefits for reversing type 2 diabetes, burning excess body fat, extending one’s lifespan and preventing heart disease. and even preventing cognitive decline associated with dementia.
Discussing her weight during a recent interview on Talk TV’s Piers Morgan Uncensored, Sharon admitted: ‘I didn’t want to get that skinny.’
Sharon, who lost weight over the fourth month while taking the jabs, said she felt nauseous every day and stressed it was not a ‘quick fix’.
In June, Sharon, pictured left in April, revealed she had lost more than 28 pounds after taking the controversial weight loss shot Ozempic (pictured right in September)
The TV star gave insight into her current eating habits during a quirky chat about Doomsday preparation on The Osbournes Podcast
She has since stopped taking the drug, telling Piers: ‘It’s just time to stop, I didn’t really want to get so thin, but it just happened. I’ll probably wear it all again soon!’
Previously spoken to E! News, she explained, “I was the heaviest in my life: 230 pounds and I’m now under a hundred. And I want to stay around 105 because I’m too skinny. But I try to find a healthy balance.’
During a discussion about the controversial injections on The Talk in June, Sharon shared her first-hand experience with the drugs.
‘It’s a mental problem. It really is, unless kids grow up in a household where they live on chips and pies,” she said.
‘But I took (the injection). I used it for four months and lost 30 kilos, but as with everything, there is always no quick recipe.’
She continued, “I was very ill for a few months. The first few months I just felt nauseous. Every day I felt nauseous, my stomach was upset, whatever.
“But listen, I did it for four months, I lost 30 pounds. I just popped two chips in my mouth during break, and I’m eating normally now, and I haven’t gained a pound. Nothing.’
Sharon recently shocked fans when she revealed her dramatic two-stone weight loss in an interview with Piers Morgan
The star has also discussed the side effects of taking weight loss shots, as she admitted feeling sick every day for a period of four months while taking Ozempic (pictured in January)
Elsewhere, Sharon opened up about having her latest cosmetic surgery after a previous facelift left her looking like ‘Quasimodo’.
The former music manager has been open about her penchant for aesthetic tweaks over the years, but doesn’t deny that she regrets them.
“There’s not a single part of my body that I haven’t had twisted, lifted, lengthened, whatever,” she told the Daily Star.
‘I’ve often been confused. The latter was a kind of revamp from the man who did it before.
‘I looked like Quasimodo, because I had one eye here, one eye there. It was bad.’
The mother-of-three previously confirmed that the disastrous facelift took place in October 2021 and lasted five and a half hours.