Oprah Opens Up About How She Lost Weight & Got That Bangin’ Body!

Published On March 10, 2017 | By patrice | Amazing black women, The latest posts

Television mogul Oprah Winfrey has now lost more than 45 pounds in weight since joining Weight Watchers back in 2015, and just as she claims to feel “great,” we must admit that she looks even better than that.

The famous 63-year-old television personality claims that her dieting with the popular program has brought about a total “lifestyle change” over the last two years.

Speaking on her new body in the April issue of O, her famed magazine, the tv mogul said: “Nearing the 45-pound weight loss mark is a great feeling.

“After spending literally years on more diets than I care to count, I finally made the shift from dieting to a lifestyle change.”

And Winfrey even revealed that her new eating habits have made her “more conscious” about the intake of her food choices.

She explained: “Everyone is different, but for me what’s worked is Weight Watchers. Today I’m more conscious about what I eat, balancing indulgent things with healthier options.

“I leave the table feeling satisfied – and to me, that’s far more important than any number on the scale.”

The Mississippi-born star – who’d reportedly weighed 238 lbs when she was at her peak – decided to embark on a healthier way of life because she felt frustrated with her constant “lose-and-gain-again routine”.

Speaking before about her partnership with the healthy foods brand, she says: “The folks at Weight Watchers called me in July and asked if I’d join their team – help spread the message about taking a holistic approach to health and fitness.

“For me, this was a perfect alignment. I was fed up with my lose-and-gain-again routine. I’d had enough of no-carb regimens. Some people can live without bread and pasta, but it just doesn’t make sense to me.”

So, what are your thoughts on this news? Think she looks amazing? We sure do! Go Oprah!



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