Sharon Osbourne talks going three days a week without food in weight loss update

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Sharon Osbourne has admitted she goes without food at least three days a week amid her weight loss journey.

The 70-year-old made her admission as she, daughter Kelly, son Jack and guest Jason Kennedy discussed Doomsday preparations on their family’s Osbournes podcast this week.

Jack began the segment by telling listeners people could “break down” if they missed nine consecutive meals.

He explained: “If you have something that someone wants, they’ll kill you for it. You know how far away we are as a society from complete and utter breakdowns? Nine meals.

“When you break it down, you are nine meals away from complete and utter breakdown.

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“That’s three days of breakfast, lunch and dinner. That goes away for people, they go three days without eating, they will murder each other, their neighbours, everything.”

Sharon replied: “God, I do that every week. At least three days without eating.”

Jason chimed in, telling listeners the method was intermittent fasting, a common diet for weight loss.

In August, the music manager said she had lost 30lbs in just four months on the drug Ozempic, a type 2 diabetes medication.

Speaking to Piers Morgan on his TalkTV show earlier this month, she shared an update.

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Of the controversial drug, she spilled: “You can’t stay on it forever. I lost 42 pounds now and it’s just enough.

“I didn’t actually want to go this thin, but it just happened and I’ll probably put it all on again soon.”

She went on to say it should be kept away “from younger people”.

Sharon previously discussed the gruesome side effects she experienced while injecting the drug.

Speaking on Bill Maher’s podcast Club Random, she explained: “You’re not hungry [on the drug], but for me, the first few weeks was f*****g s**t because you just throw up all the time and feel so nauseous.

“After a couple of weeks it goes, and then you’re fine, you feel nothing, you’re just not hungry.”

The mother-of-three said she came off the drug a few months ago but still had not got her appetite back.

“I think your stomach shrinks and you change,” she explained.

“I’d been on it since December but I came off a couple of months ago.” say a prescription for Ozempic should only be administered following an assessment by your healthcare team to make sure that you’ll benefit from its use. If concerned, speak to your GP.

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