Following Kim Kardashian’s claim that she lost 7.3kg in three weeks and could wear a Marilyn Monroe dress, she was accused of sending harmful messages about weight loss and dieting.
The reality TV star said it was a “tough challenge” and added: “I wasn’t too hungry – but I was very strict.”
Nicola Ludlam-Raine of the British Dietetic Association said it was “irresponsible” to describe following such a diet.
Kardashian wore a dress adorned with crystals to the Med Gala on Monday.
In 1962, US President John F. Monroe wore it when he sang “Happy Birthday” to Kennedy.
Kardashian gave details of her diet and exercise routine to Vogue fashion magazine.
Criticizing Kardashian on social media, Riverdale actress Lily Reinhardt wrote on Instagram that it was “wrong” to talk about diet, “You know very well that millions of young men and women follow what you say and listen to every word.”
“Kim Kardashian proudly says, ‘I was on an intense diet that allowed me to lose 7kg in three weeks and wear less than 10 minutes of clothing. This is disgusting, irresponsible and annoying,” Steve wrote on Twitter.
It is impossible to lose the first kilogram of fat in three weeks, Lutlam-Rain said.
Most of what you lose is water and glycogen, a form of stored carbohydrate that can be lost when someone stops eating sugar and carbohydrates, but is quickly regained when this type of food is eaten again.
He further added that Kardashian’s comments were “dangerous, especially to those who are easily influential” and sent a “completely false” message.
He added: “It’s really irresponsible because a lot of people see and watch this, especially those with eating disorders, or young women, who believe it’s possible, or necessary. For a relatively short period of time, most health experts recommend losing only half a kilo a week. .
“This is not a sustainable way of life,” he said. “Research shows that when you stop eating sugar, we like it more – it can eventually lead to overeating.”
Ludlam-Ryan noted that Kardashian “just said she wanted to eat a sandwich or something. We want to get people out of this cycle, and really show them that they can eat the amount of food they want. Their weight or weight.” Their health. “
“Ultimately, it’s about finding the balance between eating healthy foods for your body and your soul – and in those three weeks until the Med Gala she seemed to do nothing,” he added.
“People should not get their nutritional advice from celebrities,” he stressed.
“Diet and weight loss advice can be very appealing to those with eating disorders that can be considered an inspiration for dangerous behavior,” said Tom Quinn, director of external affairs at the eating disorder charity Bethany.
“We strongly urge anyone concerned with eating disorders or their health not to follow any dietary advice they ask for and to contact their GP or maintenance team if they are unwell.”
Kardashian was asked to respond to criticism.
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