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Just wow: you won't believe what Oprah Winfrey looks like today. Here's how she did it - voila! health

2023-12-10T12:47:44.020Z

Highlights: Oprah Winfrey has been an ambassador of Weight Watchers for the past decade. The media personality surprised fans last week with a slim cut wrapped in a purple dress. Oprah hasn't given many details about what she's doing for training these days, but she says she's staying active. She didn't comment on whether she's currently taking weight loss medication during her interview with ET. But she previously said she didn't think it was for her. "I'm just sick and tired of it," she said of her weight loss journey.


The queen of U.S. diets and Weight Watchers ambassador surprised last week with a slim cut wrapped in a purple dress. The reporters tried to figure out how she did it and we have some of the answers


Media personality Oprah Winfrey at the Emmy Awards, September 2017/GettyImages

Oprah Winfrey, the ambassador of Weight Watchers for the past decade, and who has experienced many weight gains and losses in her life, presented at an event on the red carpet at the Academy Museum of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles a look that left many mouths open.

Host Kevin Frazier told Winfrey that she looked "divine in purple" and then asked, "What's going on?" Because if it's Weight Watchers, please, sign me up tonight!" Oprah, 69, replied, "It's not one thing, that's all." Oprah hasn't given many details about what she's doing for training these days, but she says she's staying active. "I was on my treadmill all day today," she added. "By the way, I'm going to keep my body that way."

Oprah Winfrey presents her new cut on The Color Purple/GettyImages red carpet

A few years ago, when she began the process, Oprah told The Hollywood Reporter that she walked into her home gym shortly after waking up. "I have a fantastic elliptical machine that's like a power motor — you can increase your stride length and your hand movement," she said. "I'll do 20 minutes on the elliptical and 30 minutes on the treadmill. I start at the incline level of level 3 and then every minute I add to the incline until I reach 12 or 15. And then I do sit-ups."

After raising her heart rate, Oprah said she would often cool down with 10 to 20 minutes of walking or sitting meditation.

And if you thought all this sport came easy to her, you're wrong. "Here's the thing about exercise: I still hate it so much," she said on Today in 2020, but, she added, "I still do it." "I think everyone is waiting to love it. You're not going to like it, but you're doing the thing you have to do to make yourself feel whole and good."

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What does she eat?

While Oprah didn't share much about her current diet, she did previously share her seven-day food diary on her website, breaking down everything she ate in a week. There, she notes that she eats about 1,700 calories a day, focusing on these rules: 20 percent protein, 30 percent fat, and 50 percent carbohydrates like whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

Oprah gets about 1,100 milligrams of calcium daily, and an average of 34 grams of fiber per day.

And what about Ozempic?

Oprah didn't comment on whether she's currently taking weight loss medication during her interview with ET, but she previously said she didn't think it was for her.

"Shouldn't we all just be more accepting of the body you choose to be in? It should be your choice," she said during Oprah Daily's "The Life You Want Class: The State of Weight" panel in September 2023. "Even when I first heard about weight loss medication, at that time I had knee surgery, and I felt, 'I have to do this myself.' Because if I take the drug, it's the easy way out.'"

But Oprah also made it clear that everyone's weight loss journey is different. "Whatever your choice is for your body and your weight, it should be yours to be in your control and not be ashamed of it," she said. "I'm just sick and tired of it, and I hope this conversation starts the shame reduction."

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Source: walla

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