Matthew McConaughey recently revealed how he shockingly shed 38 pounds in preparation for his starring role in The Dallas Buyers Club as a man diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Matthew McConaughey has recently revealed how he quickly shed 38 pounds in preparation for his starring role in The Dallas Club. The upcoming drama based on a real-life Texas man with AIDS who treated himself with alternative remedies he smuggled from Mexico. This role will probably be one of McConaughey's most dramatic to date.— (December 13, 2012) - Actor
The 43-year-old Magic Mike Star has openly spoken to numerous magazines and media outlets about his upcoming role and assures his fans that there's nothing to worry about as he is "not being starved" and his body is "fine." He refers to the experience as something that's "as much a spiritual journey as it is physical." McConaughey revealed that he dropped the pounds by eating foods like fresh fish in small amounts and by doing cardio. His weight loss has been under close supervision and his vital signs have been monitored along the way to avoid any major health issues.
Matthew McConaughey is just one of many celebrities who have been dramatically losing drastic amounts of weight in preparation for movie roles. The methods celebrities employ to achieve these results are not recommended for the average person who wants to lose weight in a healthy manner. Even with the aid of popular solutions like raspberry ketone and NV weight loss added to a healthy, balanced diet, such dramatic weight loss can be harmful without close supervision. McConaughey has openly stated that the rapid changes in his weight have brought on body soreness and that, without special care, he would run the risk of developing diabetes as he returns to his normal weight.
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