Tesla CEO and billionaire Elon Musk have been in the news for more reasons than one. The billion-dollar deal he did with the micro-blogging platform Twitter generated quite a bit of interest. Musk took over as 'Chief Twit' and started bringing some interesting and controversial changes to the leadership and hierarchy of the organisation. And now, Elon Musk has been piquing the internet's curiosity once again. According to a Twitter post, Elon Musk has lost a whopping 13kgs recently. Believe it or not, the billionaire agreed that he lost quite a bit of weight, and he revealed the secret behind it. Take a look at the post here:
Down 30 lbs!— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 16, 2022
"You've lost a ton of weight, Elon! Keep up the fantastic work," wrote a fan of Elon Musk. There was a visible difference in the pictures of Elon Musk that she had shared. The billionaire also wrote back, agreeing that he had lost 30lbs or 13kgs.
People were quite inspired by Elon Musk's stunning weight loss journey. A number of people enquired asking what had made the difference and how exactly did he go about losing so much weight. Elon Musk shared a reply to the same. Take a look:
Fasting + Ozempic/Wegovy + no tasty food near me— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 16, 2022
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"What's made the most difference," asked one user. The logic he gave was quite simple and seemed easy to follow. "Fasting + Ozempic/Wegovy + no tasty food near me," wrote Elon Musk. Fasting seemed to refer to the intermittent fasting plan that is quite popular among health enthusiasts these days. Ozempic/Wegovy refers to weight loss injections for the management of obesity.
A number of people reacted to Elon Musk's Twitter weight loss journey. "Post pics of your progress if you're comfortable with it! It'll motivate a lot of people," wrote one user while another commented, "You're also very busy, and probably have less time to eat!"
What did you think of Elon Musk's 13kg weight loss? Tell us in the comments. Meanwhile, it is always a good idea to consult a qualified health practitioner or nutritionist before making any major changes to the diet. Do not follow health advice blindly.
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