Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala look left fans awestruck with her dazzling transformation. The diva was beautifully dressed to pay tribute to the legendary actress and fashion icon Marilyn Monroe, but what came as a surprise as well as a shock was Kardashian’s rapid weight loss. According to reports, she lost 16 pounds (7.2 kgs). Though she looked stunning in her beautiful blonde avatar, health experts believe that her ‘Met Gala’ diet isn’t a healthy one. Let’s find out more about it…
Met Gala and Kim’s look?
Kim Kardashian shared how she achieved that perfect Marilyn Monroe looks by fitting into her dress which is currently valued at over $10 million. Marilyn Monroe wore the shimmery, nude, hip-clinging gown 60 years ago and the same look was recreated by Kardashian. While in her interview at the Met Gala she revealed that she had lost 16 pounds in just three weeks to fit into the beautiful attire, but is it safe to lose weight rapidly, and is it sustainable in the long run?
Here’s how this diet worked for Kardashian:
Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala diet was an extreme diet, which she achieved in just three weeks. In her interview to a leading magazine she expressed that “I would wear a sauna suit twice a day, run on the treadmill, completely cut out all sugar and all carbs, and just eat the cleanest veggies and protein,” she said. “I didn’t starve myself, but I was so strict.”
Is the Met Gala diet sustainable?
Fad diets may seem like an easy resort to lose weight, but experts around the world believe that these diets are not sustainable and may have harmful effects on overall health. According to an article published in a digital daily, health experts reveal that losing too much weight in such a short duration may be hard on the body and may increase the risk of several health issues like gallstones, gout, fatigue, and constipation, diarrhea, and nausea and electrolyte imbalances. This also affects the Cortisol levels and increases the stress in the body, this is due to the deficiencies of nutrients from the meals. Thus, it is best to seek medical guidance before embarking on an extreme weight loss journey as it may impact the metabolism negatively in the long run.