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Rob Lowe Is Concerned For All The Celebrities Taking Ozempic For Weight Loss

Rob Lowe is 59-years-old, but he’s got the body and face of someone in their 30s or 40s. The dude is super fit, even as he pushes 60-years-old.

He stays fit by eating right and working out a lot. He talked to PEOPLE recently and revealed he has to be even more strict when it comes to his diet as he ages.

I’m trying to be even more disciplined now as I’m older just because as you get older, you need to watch what you eat even more than when you were younger. So I tried to cut sugar completely as my new year’s resolution. And now I’m figuring, OK, that’s not sustainable for me, but how do I really watch my sugar consumption?

And when he’s not working on set, he’s hiking, running, playing tennis, or swimming in the ocean. The dude is very active and loves every minute of it.

But not everyone is like that. A lot of people struggle with sticking to a diet and a workout routine, and those people would much rather take shortcuts to Skinnyville.

Shortcuts like the weight-loss drug, Ozempic, which was originally created for people with Type 2 Diabetes. Lowe says he’s a little concerned for all these celebs taking the pill, because what happens next? What happens when they stop taking the drug?

I see people who are taking all the new weight loss drugs and that’s great, and it’s really changed their lives. But my concern always is, ‘OK, now what?’ What’s the plan for the longevity of everything?

And he’s not the only one slamming the drug. Mark Wahlberg said people should stop leaning on these pills and develop a healthy diet instead.

We’ll see what happens. Perhaps in the future, these pills will just be like candy. Everyone will take them. It’s the only way to avoid a WALL-E situation.