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Caroline Stanbury from The Real Housewives of Dubai Defends Her Use of Ozempic as One of the Best Tools for Weight Loss

Caroline Stanbury from “The Real Housewives of Dubai” defends her use of Ozempic, a controversial weight loss drug, stating it’s an effective tool for those struggling to lose weight after 40. She emphasizes her happiness and confidence post-use, despite acknowledging the medication is intended for type 2 diabetes patients and not for casual weight loss, and highlights the importance of finding a balance in its usage.

Caroline Stanbury from “The Real Housewives of Dubai” defends her use of the weight loss drug Ozempic, describing it as one of the best tools for weight management after 40, despite it being intended for type 2 diabetes patients and not recommended for casual weight loss.

Caroline Stanbury, star of The Real Housewives of Dubai, recently opened up. She’s defending her use of Ozempic, a weight loss drug that’s stirred quite the controversy. "After 40, it’s a battle to lose weight," she confessed on her podcast, Uncut & Uncensored. Stanbury, at 48, knows it firsthand. She’s met countless women asking her secret. Her answer? Ozempic. She believes it’s a fantastic tool, if you can use it.

Stanbury’s journey wasn’t just about shedding pounds. She was chasing happiness, too. An unhappy, depressed woman? "Not much fun," she admits. Now, she’s found joy. And confidence. Confidence enough to rock a bikini without a second thought. Kate Moss once said, "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels." Stanbury finds some truth in that, thanks to Ozempic.

But wait, there’s more to the story. Ozempic, originally for type 2 diabetes, isn’t really for casual dieting. Stanbury learned that the hard way. Intense workouts just made her hungrier. Yet, her body reacts quickly to changes. "My husband’s always amazed," she says. A little effort, and she’s back in shape. Fast.

Stanbury and Sergio Carrallo, her husband since December 2021, have found their balance. Carrallo, with his sports background, sees it clearly. Stanbury’s not aiming for "body of the year." She just wants to feel good in photos. And now? She does. No more "awful arms" or the bits she used to dislike. She’s happy with her reflection.

But there’s a twist. Carrallo was wary of Ozempic at first. The results? Undeniably amazing. Yet, he fears addiction. Stanbury admits she stretched a month’s use to three. But she found her balance, in the end. Eating habits adjusted, health restored.

The Real Housewives of Dubai is back for season two. Tune in Sunday, June 2, at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. And catch it Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET, starting June 11. It’s sure to be a season filled with more revelations, transformations, and, undoubtedly, a bit of drama.

Kelly Garcia
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