Suzanna Freitas reflects on aesthetic pressure and the use of medication to lose weight | Celebrities

Suzanna Freitas reflects on aesthetic pressure and the use of medication to lose weight | Celebrities
Suzanna Freitas reflects on aesthetic pressure and the use of medication to lose weight | Celebrities
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This Tuesday (30), Suzanna Freitas used the stories on her Instagram profile, where she has almost two million followers, to talk about her weight loss process. Kelly Key’s eldest daughter lost 12 kilos throughout 2023 and has been an example of motivation for internet users who follow her on the social network.

A fan of a healthy routine with a balanced diet and physical activity, Suzanna confessed that she resorted to the controversial Ozempic when she was younger — and regrets it bitterly.

2 of 3 Suzanna Freitas in July 2023 — Photo: Instagram
Suzanna Freitas in July 2023 — Photo: Instagram

“A few years ago I had a very drastic weight loss […]. I was using this medication. I started with Saxenda, then went to Ozempic… I tried some, but I couldn’t exercise properly, I felt very weak. I didn’t eat healthy food and the consequence was very rapid weight loss, which isn’t healthy either,” he said. “Today, I can honestly say that it was one of the worst things I’ve ever done in my life.

Suzanna, who now works as a digital influencer, said that she suffers from binge eating, which was worsened due to the use of medication. “What happened? I ordered 7 kilos one month and gained twice as much the next month,” she recalled.

3 of 3 Suzanna Freitas in January 2024 — Photo: Reproduction/Instagram
Suzanna Freitas in January 2024 — Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

She continued saying that she learned that there is no quick weight loss process and that she always suffered from aesthetic pressure. “Everything is a process, much more mental than physical, I assure you. Today, I say with confidence, I achieved this [emagrecer os 12 kg] on my merit. I don’t take any medication, anything compounded, no pre-workout, nothing, not even creatine. It was all, really, with food,” he said.

“I’m very happy to be much healthier today, mentally speaking, to be able to pass on my experience here to you. This has always been a problem for me and I see people using [medicamentos] as if it were the most normal thing in the world and in reality it isn’t”, he concluded.

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