Oprah Winfrey loses 40kg… Diet secret revealed
Oprah Winfrey, the ‘living legend’ in American talk show history, recently revealed the ‘secret’ to losing 40kg. She was tempted to take drugs to help with weight loss, but he succeeded in losing weight without taking them, attracting attention.
Winfrey attended the premiere of her movie ‘The Color Purple’ at the Academy Film Museum in Los Angeles on the 6th (local time) and told the American entertainment media Entertainment Tonight, “(The secret to losing weight) is one. “It’s not about eggplant, it’s about doing everything,” She said. “I tried to lose weight and keep it off. “I was on the treadmill today,” She said.
Winfrey, who recently had knee surgery, decided to lose his weight through his own efforts, not the easy way. In the past, Winfrey has experienced losing weight through various methods, including a super fast diet through eating substitute foods and an ultra-luxury diet by spending a large amount of money and receiving expert help. However, his obsession with dieting throughout his life led to repeated successes and failures.
Winfrey said she considered using Ozempic to lose weight. Ozempic, a type 2 diabetes treatment, is also known to have a weight loss effect. Tesla founder Elon Musk also cited Ozempic as his diet secret, and it gained sensational popularity as it became known that celebrities in the United States were using Ozempic. Ozempic has currently been improved as an obesity treatment and is being sold under the name ‘WeGobee’.
Winfrey also introduced on the website ‘Oprah Daily’ in September that Ozempic was causing a craze in Hollywood. At the time, Winfrey said, “When I first heard about the drug, I thought I had to do it myself (to lose weight) because I had knee surgery,” and “It’s too easy to take the drug.”
She continued, “Many people know that I have been on a diet. “She must have watched me diet.” She said, “When I weigh over 200 pounds (about 90 kg), people treat me differently. “This is a world that shames people for being overweight,” he said, confessing that he once received unpleasant treatment while shopping.
Meanwhile, Ozempic is similar to the GLP-1 hormone secreted when eating food. It contains ingredients that induce satiety and reduce food intake. However, it can cause side effects such as nausea, diarrhea, and dizziness. In addition, caution must be exercised in its use as cases of suicidal thoughts due to Ozempic, as well as eating disorders and sagging skin due to rapid weight loss, have been consistently reported.